Sunday featured a full slate of NBA preseason action including the Cleveland Cavaliers on the road against the Washington wizards. With LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and most other key players resting for the Cavs, Washington had John Wall, Bradley Beal, and others playing in the game. The full-strength Wizards picked up an eight-point win due to decent outings from Wall, Beal, and Kelly Oubre Jr. Here's a look at how the Cavs vs. Wizards preseason game played out with Washington picking up the victory.

NBA game recap

The Washington Wizards had several players score in double figures to aid in the victory.

Starters Bradley Beal and Kelly Oubre Jr. combined for 23 points. Oubre had 12 points and five boards while Beal had 11 points in nine minutes. NBA All-Star John Wall scored just six points in the win in only seven minutes on the court. Carrick Felix and Jodie Meeks scored 13 points off the Wizards' bench for the latest victory.

Jeff Green led the way for the Cleveland Cavaliers today with 19 points on 8-for-14 shooting to go with seven rebounds. Kay Felder chipped in 12 points and 11 rebounds for the double-double, while Kyle Korver had 11 points. John Holland came off the Cavs' bench to score 14 points on 4-for-5 shooting in the game.

The Cavaliers shot 46.2 percent for the game and 36.4 percent from downtown while the Wizards shot at a rate of 43 percent overall.

In terms of rebounding, the home team won that battle 42-36. Each of the teams had 23 turnovers in the exhibition game.

What's up next?

The Washington Wizards improved to 3-0 for their preseason with wins over New York and Cleveland among their victories. Washington looks like they should be among the top three teams in the Eastern Conference this coming season, but will they be able to contend with Boston and Cleveland's full rosters in the regular season or playoffs?

They'll participate in another exhibition matchup this coming Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time when they visit the Miami Heat.

For the Cleveland Cavaliers, they've yet to win a preseason game and are 0-3. However, these games won't make any difference when it comes to their goal of returning to the NBA Finals this season.

They'll take on the Chicago Bulls this coming Tuesday at 8 p.m. Eastern Time with ESPN providing national television coverage. It wouldn't be surprising if the Cavs continue to rest their key personnel to preserve them for the upcoming regular season.