Wizards booed off court after 1-7 start

Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook stretches before an NBA basketball game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City Friday

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"We understand it's still early, it's not ideal". "We score the ball very well".

A number of Wizards players pointed to defensive miscommunication as an issue, but guard Austin Rivers hinted at a deeper problem.

"It just looks like nobody is on the same page", Wall said of the defense.

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Steven Adams and the Oklahoma City Thunder has no trouble with the Washington Wizards on the road. And I refuse to let the ship sink, so as one of the captains on the team I put a lot of responsibility on my shoulders.

In an attempt to show a single thread of hope after seeing his team drop to 1-7, shooting guard Bradley Beal filled the leadership void in a post-game interview. "I still believe in these guys. Dwight was obviously a start to that".

The big Kiwi did not add to his efficient first-half haul on Saturday (NZT) as he spent most of the back end of the game resting up on the bench along with the rest of the Thunder's frontliners, with the job well and truly done over the opening two quarters. The team shot a blistering 57 percent from the field and 46.9 percent (15-of-32) from 3.

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The Thunder play the Pelicans at home on Monday night.

The Wizards will host the Knicks (3-6) on Sunday with tip-off set for 6 p.m. ET. There's an opportunity to get things turned around in the next two weeks, and they were in a similar situation two years ago after starting 2-8, eventually finishing with 49 wins and a seven-game series loss in the second round of the playoffs to the Celtics.

"No", Wall said when asked if it feels any different this time around when compared to the previous bad start. "Like I've told you many times, I never worry and I mean it". "Until we figure that out, we're going to have these same problems".

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