Stewart came off the bench with 4:22 remaining in the second quarter and was part of a 15-6 run as the Pistons cut a 20-point Milwaukee lead to 11 heading into the locker room. The 6-foot-9-inch rookie scored five points and grabbed two rebounds during that stretch…
The 6-foot-10 center averaged 14.3 points on 64.8 percent shooting, including 71.4 percent from inside the arc and 42.9 percent from long range, and 6.1 boards in 27.1 minutes…..
Bryant netted all of his points in the first half. After starting his night with a free throw, the 6-foot-10 center slammed a pair of putbacks – both off Bradley Beal missed layups…..
Although Thomas Bryant had a quiet second half, he made two important plays down the stretch: corralling an offensive board and kicking it out to Davis Bertans for a go-ahead three-pointer and making a game-tying layup with four minutes remaining…..
Thomas Bryant’s game-winner and first double-double of the season leads Wizards to second straight win
Along with the go-ahead basket, Bryant recorded his first double-double of the season (21 points and 14 rebounds) to lead the Washington Wizards to a 123-122 victory over the Nets…..
Thomas Bryant and Isaiah Stewart were integral in their teams’ first win of the season…..
Thursday evening, Thomas Bryant exploded for yet another huge period. This time it was the second as he poured in 16 of his 28 points in the Wizards’ 133-130 defeat to the Chicago Bulls on New Year’s Eve…..
Thomas Bryant brought energy of his own, scoring seven of his 13 points in the opening six minutes…..
Section V alum Isaiah Stewart (McQuaid/Washington), who was drafted by the Detroit Pistons on November 18th, made his official NBA debut for the franchise, Monday night…..
Although the Wizards left the arena on the short end of the stick yet again, the former Bishop Kearney star did his best to lead the team to victory…..