Lakers-Wizards Postgame Numbers

Washington Wizards v Los Angeles LakersWe broke down some of the more intriguing numbers from LAL’s 117-107 loss against Washington:

Assists for John Wall this season, as he finished with 14 for the second straight contest. Wall also registered 28 points, four rebounds and two steals.

Points for Nick Young, which tied for a team high with Jodie Meeks. Young played for the first time since Feb. 23, and made 7 of his 16 field goals, including 4 of 9 from beyond the arc.

Minutes for Steve Nash off the bench in his first game action since Feb. 11 vs. Utah. Nash also added five points, four boards and three steals. With his double-digit assist outing, Nash (10,307) now needs 28 dimes to surpass Mark Jackson (10,334) for third-most all time in NBA history.

Rebounds for Jordan Hill, plus nine points and four blocks in his return from a six-game absence (knee). Hill was particularly effective in the second quarter when he recorded six points, eight boards and three blocks (most by a Laker in a quarter this season).

Three-pointers for Washington, out of 25 attempts (40.0 percent). Bradley Beal drained four, while Trevor Ariza and Wall added two apiece for the second-best three-point shooting team in the league.