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Wizards Today 11-6

November 6, 2017
Today’s Storyline: The Wizards defeated the Toronto Raptors last night 107-96 to improve to 5-4 on the year.

 

With the win, Washington has secured a win in Toronto in back-to back seasons for the first time since the 2013 and 2014 seasons.

 

Bradley Beal tallied 38 points in the game, his third consecutive game with 35+ points. He became just the sixth player in franchise history to record three straight games with 35+ points and the first since Gilbert Arenas recorded three straight from 2/20-2/23/2007.

 

Per Elias, Beal has scored 114 points through the first three games of November, the most by any player in the first three games of a month in franchise history. The most points scored by a Washington player in a month was 546 in 17 games by Earl Monroe in February 1968.

 

Washingtonwizards.com: Wizards, Beal lock down Raptors, 107-96 / GAME RECAP: Wizards 107, Raptors 96 / Photos: Wizards vs. Raptors - 11/5/17 / Highlights: Bradley Beal

 

NBA.com: Bradley Beal delivers as go-to guy in Washington Wizards' road win

 

NBC Sports Washington: Without John Wall, Bradley Beal and Wizards step up to beat the Raptors in Toronto / Bradley Beal and Otto Porter show why they're stars in their own right with John Wall out / Raptors' Kyle Lowry ejected vs. Wizards, kisses kid on way to locker room

 

Washington Post: No John Wall, but Bradley Beal scores 38 to lead Wizards over Raptors

 

The Washington Times: Raptors’ Kyle Lowry ejected vs. Wizards

 

Associated Press (AP): Beal scores 38 as Wizards beat Raptors 107-96 without Wall

 

Bullets Forever: Wizards vs. Raptors final score: Washington overcomes John Wall’s absence to beat Toronto 107-96

 

Hoop District:  Bradley Beal Takes Over In The Six As Wizards End Slide

 

Wizards Xtra: XTRA Recap: Wizards Handle Raptors 107-96 Behind Bradley Beal's All-star Performance

 

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