Markieff Morris scored 21 points in his return to Phoenix to help the Washington Wizards beat the Suns, 106-99, on Friday night. John Wall added 22 points, eight rebounds and 10 assists, and Bradley Beal scored 21 points for the Wizards, who moved to 21/2 games behind the Indiana Pacers for the final Eastern Conference playoff spot. Morris, whose tumultuous 41/2-year Phoenix stint ended when he was dealt to Washington on Feb. 18, was booed in introductions and every time he touched the ball. "I've been booed 100,000 times, way worse than that," Morris said. "It doesn't affect me." Morris shot 8-for-14 and grabbed nine rebounds as the Wizards rallied to end a two-game losing streak. "I told him that means they love you," Washington coach Randy Wittman said. "When another team boos you, trust me, that means you were a hell of a player here. If you were a nobody, they wouldn't boo you." The Wizards trailed by eight points in the third quarter and 79-77 entering the fourth. Two consecutive baskets by Ramon Sessions put Washington up 96-87 with five minutes left.