Confronting an altogether under-staffed Los Angeles Clippers, the Wizards figured out how to make a four-game losing streak significantly more humiliating with the second-biggest blown lead in recorded NBA history in the 116-115 misfortune.
At a certain point during the match, the Wizards drove the Clippers 66-31. By halftime, Clippers cut their 35 point lead even when they were without Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, Marcus Morris, Reggie Jackson, Ivica Zubac, Nicolas Batum Serge Ibaka, and more. The group shot 29.5 percent from the field and Wizards had all the odds in their favor to win the match. Wizards even got back in the game with a 115-109 lead with 11 seconds left but Luke Kennard fished out Clippers and put the team ahead as Kennard sank a 3-pointer.