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The war of words continue as Morris calls out Millsap.

Their were not many bright spots for the Wizards in a blowout loss in Atlanta to trim their lead in the Eastern Conference playoffs to 2-1.

John Wall scores 29 but gets little help as Washington digs itself a big hole early and never recovers.

Seen as insufficient as recently as last offseason, Washington Wizards backcourt came together, on a mission.

Even when Atlanta goes small, the Wizards have answers.

Some glares are two years in the making.

Washington's stars-and-stripes jerseys have proved popular with fans, but they're sold-out, and won't be back on shelves this season.

Washington sports trifecta draws hundreds of thousands of TV viewers

The normally pass-first point guard jump-started Washington's explosive third quarter.

Bryce Harper is making it difficult for D.C. sports fans to look away.

For the second April in three years, the Caps and Wizards and Nationals all won.

The Wizards' shooting guard caught fire in the fourth quarter and finished with 31 points.

The coach preaches composure — a huge reason Washington has a 2-0 lead over Atlanta in their playoff series.

Physical play combined with close eye from officials lead to frequent fouls and free throws.

Both D.C. teams won playoff games. Both made fans sweat.

Just as the Washington Wizards had done in Game 1 on Sunday, the Atlanta Hawks dominated Wednesday's third quarter. But the Wizards were able to fight back in the final frame to take both games at home.

John Wall and Bradley Beal led the way with 32 and 31, respectively, for Washington.

It's only the eighth time this has happened in the playoffs.

Here's all the information you need to follow this first-round series between Washington and Atlanta.

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Ahead of Game 2, noting the Hawks' comments and a disparity in Game 1 free throws, the Wizards are ready to turn Verizon Center back into an octagon.

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