Well, I don't think anyone saw this coming. The Washington Wizards picked up just their second win of the season by taking down the mighty Miami Heat 105-101 in Washington on Tuesday night.
The Wizards ended the first quarter with a five-point lead and never looked back.
The biggest difference in this game came from beyond the arc. The Heat were off from distance and shot just 8-of-28 from three-point land while the Wizards were a far more efficient 7-of-19.
LeBron James tried to give the Heat the edge in this one and he went for a triple-double with 26 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists, but it was not enough.
Check out the complete box score here.
Player of the Game: Jordan Crawford
Crawford came up huge for the Wizards. He led them with 22 points, and that included nailing three crucial free throws in the final 11 seconds.
The 12-4 Heat aren't likely to spend any time lamenting this loss. They are still in great shape and they will return home for a big showdown with the Knicks this Thursday. That will be the first game of five-game home stand.
Meanwhile, the Wizards will hit the road for a Friday game against the Atlanta Hawks and then return home for a Saturday contest against the Golden State Warriors.