After showing up big in game one in Indiana, the Wizards looked like a team capable of defeating the top-seeded Pacers in the 2014 NBA Playoffs. However, instead of taking advantage of two games on their home court, the Wizards put up two disappointing performances.
Game three was as lopsided as they come. To say the Wizards’ offense struggled would be an understatement, as they managed to only score 63 points. In fact, their shooting percentage (32.9%) was a franchise-low in a postseason game. At that point, it had become evident the momentum had shifted over to Indiana.