Kevin Seraphin drove by Hollis Thompson on the baseline, and finished with an emphatic one-handed slam over Nerlens Noel. Seraphin’s dunk set the tone for the rest of the half, and got the Wizards going early on in the contest. The dunk helped spark the Wizards to a 65-42 point lead over the Philadelphia 76ers at the Verizon Center.
Seraphin did a good job off the bench in the first half, scoring 6 points on only 3 shots, while also grabbing 2 rebounds. Seraphin should see more time in the second half if the Wizards are able to pull away from the 76ers in the second half.
The Wizards were really able to do anything they wanted to do in the first half, which should continue if they chose to not blow the lead, which could very well happen. For the starters sake, hopefully the Wizards can pull away and give the bench players some more time than they usually see in the second half. Seraphin would love this so he could jam on some more of the Sixers.