His team had just completed the biggest comeback of the NBA season, but Bradley Beal wasn't feeling great about it.
Beal scored 36 points, and the Washington Wizards overcame a 27-point deficit to beat the slumping New York Knicks, 118-113, on Wednesday night.
“It's twofold because you never want to be down in a game, but it's great that we won. I guess it is something we can be proud of,” Beal said. “We won the game, but we still can't come out with that type of focus and energy we had because it could have gotten ugly. We could have been down 30 or 40 if we didn't turn it on.”
Otto Porter Jr. added 22 points and Ian Mahinmi had 17 for the Wizards, who hold the fourth...