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The Golden State Warriors coming from couple of victories, now they will be taking on the Washington Wizards on another stunning matchup.
The Washington Wizards on the other hand of course will aim for nothing less than Victory over the defending champion Golden State Warriors when both side face each other.
The Champions, The Warriors will be in Washington to take on the Wizards at the Capital One Arena.
And of course, This is the second and final time this regular season that the two teams will go at each other.
According to records, When the two teams met in October, the Warriors blew out the Wizards by 22 points with Stephen Curry exploding for 51 points
Obviously, The Warriors are on an eight-game win streak and with DeMarcus Cousins back in the lineup, I do not see this win streak end anytime soon.
Playing against a team like Washington Wizards who are without their All-Star point guard John Wall, getting a road win is not going to be a tough task for the Warriors.
The dubs’ last game was against the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center in which Klay Thompson exploded for 44 points on a 10-for-11 three-point shooting
Curry had a rare off-night shooting as he went 3-for-12 from the field to score only 11 points.
This will be the Warriors’ third game of the five-game road trip and a win here will extend their win streak to nine games, their longest this season.
Even though the Wizards are without John Wall, Bradley Beal has been playing at an elite level and is posting strong performances.
The 2018 All-Star will be the player to watch out for the Wizards once again as they go up against the two-time defending champs.
It is important to note that the Wizards are currently on a two-game win streak and will be looking to only extend it.
In their last game against the Detroit Pistons, Ariza posted a double-double and led the team to victory.
He will need to have a solid game once again for the Wizards to compete against the Warriors.
The Wizards are coached by his Durant’s former head coach in Oklahoma City, Scotty Brooks.
And of course, Wizards assistant coach David Adkins was Durant’s coach in high school at Montrose Christian High in Maryland.
It’s pretty obvious that Kevin Durant will look to put on a spectacular performance in front of all of those familiar faces, as will Quinn Cook and Marcus Derrickson, fellow DMV natives.
Meanwhile, Durant returns home to his stomping grounds of the DMV area in this tilt vs the wounded Washington Wizards.
Interestingly, This visit will mark the third time he’s played for Golden State against his hometown team.
Of course, Warriors star Kevin Durant suffered a severe leg injury in his first visit there as a Warrior in 2017 before returning last season and drilling them for 32 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists in a Dubs victory.