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WATCH: Thunder shut down the Wizards with a 121-112 victory. Watch postgame reactions from Scott Brooks, John Wall and Bradley Beal

WATCH: Thunder shut down the Wizards with a 121-112 victory. Watch postgame reactions from Scott Brooks, John Wall and Bradley Beal

Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal had a monstrous night, but it wasn’t enough to get the win against Russell Westbrook and the Thunder, and Washington picked up another road loss at 121-112 against Oklahoma City on Thursday night.

Bradley Beal led the way for the Wizards ending the night with 41 points, 12 rebounds and 7 assists. Beal led the resurgence for the Wizards in the third quarter when the team was able to tie the game at 68 all with four minutes left in the quarter three, and he picked up 18 points on 9 shots in quarter four, but the Wizards were never able to find the lead with Russell Westbrook scoring 21 points for Oklahoma City in the fourth quarter alone.

John Wall ended the night with 21 points, 1 rebound and 12 assists with Markieff Morris finishing close behind him with 20 points of his own and 9 rebounds.

This makes for the fourth loss for the Wizards on their six-game road stretch, and the team will head to Atlanta to battle the Hawks on Saturday looking to snap their two-game losing streak.

Watch here to see what Scott Brooks and Wizards players Bradley Beal and John Wall had to say about the frustrating loss to Oklahoma City:

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