Wizards' Game 1 success started with the wings

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The Pacers gave up 60 points to the Wizards’ starting wings. Trevor Ariza had a perfect night from three, John Wall showed incredible vision in transition and Bradley Beal led the team with 25...

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Links: Hibbert just part of Pacers Game 1 problems

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The Pacers were far from good enough to win Game 1, but to be fair, the Wizards left room for improvement, as well. Effort and execution will determine this series and the Wiz easily won that...

Pacers outworked in Game 1 loss to Wizards

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Paul George had 18 on a poor shooting night to lead a poor Pacers effort as they fall into another 0-1 hole after a 102-96 loss to Washington in Game 1.

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Wizards take Game 1 vs Pacers in Indiana, 102-96

Washington played from behind for only 15 seconds on the road in Game 1 against Indiana, with Bradley Beal leading the way for a big win for the up-and-coming Wizards.

Playoffs Final score: Wizards outgun Pacers 102-96

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The Pacers looked terrible in their Game 1 loss to the Wizards. Paul George had 18, but was just 4-17. The Pacers allowed 17 offensive rebounds, getting smeared on the glass by 17.

Links: Gortat, Wizards confident for Game 1

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The Wizards are playing their best basketball of the season at the perfect time, so it makes sense they are confident about their chances despite their last two games at BLF.

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