Washington beats Indiana in the NBA grabs the Play-Off ticket
Beating the Indiana Pacers 142-115 in the NBA Play-In match, the Washington Wizards became the last team to advance to the Play-Off at the Eastern Conference.
The Wizards, who lost to the Boston Celtics in their first match in the Play-In tournament, faced the Pacers in the final, beating the Charlotte Hornets. The Washington Wizards defeated the Indiana Pacers 142-115 by 27 points.
Bradley Beal’s 25 points, 5 rebounds, Russell Westbrook’s 18 points, 15 assists and Rui Hachimura’s 18 points, 4 rebounds led the Wizards to the victory.
At the Pacers, Malcolm Brogdon’s 24 points, 4 assists were not enough to win Domantas Sabonis’s “triple-double” with 19 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists.
With this result, the Wizards, the 8th and final team to receive a Play-Off visa at the Eastern Conference, matched with the regular season leader Philadelphia 76ers.
The fight to be played tomorrow between the Golden State Warriors and the Memphis Grizzlies will determine the final team to participate in the Play-Off at the Western Conference.