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Wizards Today 12-2

December 2, 2017
Today’s Storyline: The Wizards defeated the Pistons 109-91 last night to improve to 12-10 on the season.


The Wizards held the Pistons to 91 points in the game, pushing their record to 9-1 this season when holding their opponent under 100 points.


The Wizards outscored the Pistons 35-15 in the third quarter. It was the first time since March 28, 2017 at the Los Angeles Lakers (37-13 in 4th) that the Wizards outscored an opponent by 20+ points in a quarter.


Tomas Satoransky finished with a career-high 17 points on 5-of-6 shooting. He has scored 10+ points in consecutive games for the first time in his career and has not turned the ball over since 11/19 at Toronto, going 88:08 without a turnover, the third-longest mark in the NBA since Thanksgiving, per Elias ( Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, CHA: 120:42 and Terry Rozier, BOS: 89:17. Wizards use big third quarter to beat Pistons, 109-91 / GAME RECAP: Wizards 109, Pistons 91 / Photos: Wizards vs. Pistons - 12/1/17 / Capital City Go-Go: A major asset for the Wizards / Wizards - Pistons Postgame Locker Room - 12/1/17 / Ted Leonsis Go-Go Presser / Adam Silver on G League / Coach Brooks Postgame vs. DET - 12/1/17 / “Capital City Go-Go” Announced as the Official Name of Wizards’ G League Affiliate / John Wall Injury Update - 12/1/17 / The process of a G League Call-Up, as told by players


NBC Sports Washington: Best moments from the Wizards' big win over the Pistons, including Tomas Satoransky's career night / Game 22 - Morris, Satoransky power Wizards by strong Pistons team / After film session with coach Scott Brooks, Markieff Morris responds with big game vs. Pistons / Ted Leonsis announces new nickname of Wizards' G-League team / Wizards players need introduction to Go-Go / Wizards reveal new G-League team name and logos for franchise set to start in 2018-19 / John Wall explains his injury, next steps in his rehab and timeline to return


Washington Post: For Wizards, a little film study + a little defense = a big win / Bustin’ Loose: Wizards name new G League affiliate the Capital City Go-Go / John Wall wanted to play through knee pain until he could ‘barely walk’


Washington Times: 3 points: Sato-mania, a dominant third quarter and more Morris / Wizards’ G League team will be named ‘Capital City Go-Go’ Wizards roll past Pistons


Associated Press: Morris, Satoransky lead Wizards to 109-91 rout of Pistons


CBS DC: Scott Brooks in Disbelief Over Rockets’ Three-Point Supremacy


NBC4: 'I'm Doing Good': John Wall on Knee That Has Him Sidelined


WTOP: Wizards’ development league is a go-go


Bullets Forever: Wizards vs. Pistons final score: Big nights from Markieff Morris & Tomas Satoransky fuel Washington’s 109-91 win / The Wizards’ G-League team will be known as the Capital City Go-Go


Hoop District: Markieff Morris, Tomas Satoransky Lead Wizards In Another Win Over Pistons / Markieff Morris Was Slumping, Talked With Scott Brooks, And Had His Best Game Of The Season


Locked On Wizards: LOCKED ON WIZARDS, 12-2-17


Truth About It: Morris and Satoransky Help the Wizards Defeat The Pistons


Washington Informer: Wizards Push Past Pistons With Hot 2nd Half


WizardsXtra: Wizards' Third Quarter Run Elevates Them To Win Over Pistons, 109-91