Jabari Parker, Wizards
The ex-Bucks and Bulls forward, picked No. 2 overall in 2014 behind Andrew Wiggins, had 22 points on 9-for-12 shooting in 26 minutes off the bench. He had 18 in the second half.
By the numbers
15 Wolves’ three-point percentage (4-for-27). The Wizards hit on 33 percent of their threes (11-for-33).
15 Second-chance points for Washington in the first quarter.
84 Points in the paint for the Wolves, a franchise record.