The Wizards defeated the Warriors 110-107 for their second-straight win.
Washington won at Golden State for the second-straight season, the first time doing so since the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons.
The Wizards improved to 4-1 in their “West Coast” games this season, winning all four games by seven-or-fewer points and three by three-or-less.
Washington won its eighth game of the season by three-or-fewer points, improving to 8-4 in those games. Only Portland (9), Sacramento (9) and Charlotte (8) have as many wins by three-or-less this season.
Washington dished 30 assists in the game, its eighth game this season with at least 30 assists.
The Wizards have also tallied consecutive 30+ assist games for the first time since recording four straight from 11/15/19-11/22/19.
Russell Westbrook tallied his league-leading 21st triple-double of the season with 19 points, 14 rebounds and 14 assists.
Westbrook has now tallied a triple-double in three-straight games for the fifth time this season, while the rest of the league has three total three-game streaks (Butler, Harden, Antetokounmpo).
Westbrook has also now recorded a triple-double in 10 of his last 13 games.
Bradley Beal scored 20 points, six of which came in the final six seconds – including a completed four-point play to give the Wizards a one-point lead with 6.1 seconds remaining.
Per Elias, Beal became the first player since Paul George on 1/19/19 to give his team the lead with a four-point play in the final six seconds of the game, and the first Wizard to do so in at least the last 20 seasons.
Beal scored 10 of his 20 points, and 10 of Washington’s last 14 points, in the final 3:45 of the game.
This was Beal’s 39th game this season with at least 20 points.
Rui Hachimura finished with a team-high 22 points on 9-16 (.563) shooting from the field, as well as a game-high +13 rating.
This was Hachimura’s seventh 20+ point game in his last 13 games after having two in his previous 29 to start the season.
Hachimura is averaging 18.7 points and 7.1 rebounds per game, while shooting .515 from the field in those 13 games since 3/13.
Robin Lopez went 9-14 from the field for a season-high 20 points to go along with eight rebounds.
Lopez has now tied or set his season high in points scored in each of his last five games played (not counting 4/5, where he played nine minutes before leaving due to injury). He is shooting .745 from the field in those five games, averaging 17.8 points per game.