The Washington wizards are down 2 to 0 to the Boston Celtics. The Wizards must Flip The Switch and win games 3 and 4 to have a chance of winning the series. They cannot afford to go down 3-0 or even 3-1 in the series, as they do not have enough on their roster to be able to come back from that big of a deficit. There are a number of things that the Wizards must do to win the series or the next couple of games. They still have to prove themselves and are going to need help from a variety of players to even come close. The bench must play well, with players like Jennings and Bogdanovic.

In Game 2, the Wizards came close to winning until getting defeated in overtime. They had two shots to win the game, but missed both, so it was a tough break. I thought that the Wizards should have won and had a great chance, but just missed out. The Celtics won the game, led by their leader, Thomas, who ultimately helped the Celtics win.

Bradley Beal must play well

In Game 2, Beal did not play well, shooting 4 for 15. He is an excellent shooter and is a proven player in this league. He came back from injury and has played well for the most part in the playoffs. Beal is a vital component of the Wizards' offense, and if he plays well it will lift the Wizards over the other team.

John Wall has to continue his strong play

John Wall has played incredibly well in the series and is an explosive player with good passing ability. He can also shoot the mid-range jumper and from the three point line. He is also explosive driving in the lane. Wall must continue his strong play for the Wizards to even have a chance.

Last game Wall led the Wizards with 13 assists, 3 steals, and 3 blocks. Unfortunately, it was not enough to lift the Wizards over the Celtics.

The Wizards have to contain Isaiah Thomas

Obviously, what Thomas has been doing in the series is amazing. In Game 2, the Celtics star led the team with 53 points. It was a stellar performance and the Wizards had no answer for him.

They could not stop him from driving in the paint and making plays or shooting around the perimeter. Thomas lost his sister recently, and it was on her birthday that he exploded for that 53. If Thomas keeps playing like he has, the Wizards will not stand a chance.