Now do all the other teams that started 10-3 over the history of the league.Last year the Wizards started 10-3 before finishing the year at 35-47 (getting the 10th pick, with what has so far been even a bigger disappointment than Agbaji for us, in Johnny Davis).
An omen for us from the same team it happened to last year?
We actually shot the rock reasonably well it’s just that they shot it better. They shot 50% overall and over 40% from three. We just made some questionable shooting decisions down the stretch and missed when it counted most.It's hard to win games when you can't throw it in the ocean.
The wizards announcers mentioned that both of them went to the locker room when they left the game rather than to their seats on the bench.I don't think Sexton or Vando got injured...none of the Jazz beat writers have said anything about either of them getting injured, and I can't find anything on twitter about them getting injured. Hardy just didn't play Vando as many minutes as usual, and Sexton was right on his season average for minutes.
Well that was a mistake because what killed us was not being able to stop them. Vando could have helped in that regard if he was in fact available. (I dont think he was available. He never plays that low of minutes unless due to foul trouble.)My guess is that since we were playing from behind Hardy wanted more shooters on the court to open up the offense.
This probably explains why Vando didn't play more.