Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal, second from right, is congratulated by teammates guard John Wall, second from left, and forward Kelly Oubre Jr., right, as Wizards forward Otto Porter Jr., left, looks on. T (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)
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Washington clinched its first division crown in 38 years with a 119-108 win over the Los Angeles Lakers, ending the longest division-title drought in NBA history.Wall returned with his team down four and hit a layup and stole Russell's bad pass for a fast-break one-handed tying dunk.Beal came back, too, and he and Wall combined to score Washington's next seven points for a 108-104 lead.The Lakers led by 16 in the third, when they outscored the Wizards 28-14 to start. Wall tossed up an air ball during the Lakers' run before making his team's last two baskets to pull them to 95-92 going into the fourth.
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