Washington, DC (Sports Network) - John Wall scored a game-high 37 points on
16-of-25 shooting from the floor as the Washington Wizards won their ninth
straight at home in convincing fashion by downing the Indiana Pacers, 104-85,
Wall added two steals, two blocks and five assists for the Wizards, who have
three of four and haven't lost at home since a 96-88 setback versus New York
on March 1.
Kevin Seraphin chipped in 15 points and Martell Webster had 13 in the victory.
Roy Hibbert paced Indiana with 25 points to go along with 10 rebounds and
Gerald Green scored 13 points for the Pacers, who have dropped two straight
following a five-game winning streak.
Indiana came into the contest having won nine consecutive games in the series
versus the Wizards, but the Pacers shot just 40.7 percent (35-of-86) including
a mere 3-of-20 from behind the arc.
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