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John Wall scored 19 points and passed for nine assists, and the Washington Wizards bounced back from a loss to the defending champions to trample the host Sacramento Kings 110-83 on Sunday.
Otto Porter Jr. added 16 points and Bradley Beal had 15 — with Beal’s effort coming one game after a well-documented fight vs. Golden State in the Wizards’ previous game.
Bogdan Bogdanovic paced the Kings with 15 points. Rookie guard De’Aaron Fox scored just two in his first start.
— Washington Wizards (@WashWizards) October 30, 2017