has reported that the Washington Wizards defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 102-94 in Capital One Arena. With John Wall and Bradley Beal only playing limited minutes, Jodie Meeks and Kelly Oubre Jr. stepped up on the offensive end to help the Wizards get the win. The Cleveland Cavaliers also rested all their main guys except for Kyle Korver, Jeff Green, and Richard Jefferson.

Kay Felder played a very solid game last night against the Washinton Wizards. He contributed 12 points, two rebounds, 11 assists, and three steals in 36 minutes of gameplay.

He made 38.5 percent of his field goal attempts, making only five of his 13 shot attempts. With Derrick Rose, Dwyane Wade, and Isaiah Thomas out for Cleveland, Felder had the opportunity to play extended minutes.

Jeff Green led Cleveland in points

Jeff Green had a game-high 19 points in last night's loss against the Washinton Wizards. He contributed 19 points, seven rebounds, one assist, and one steal in 24 minutes of playing time. He shot 57.1 percent from the field, making eight of his 14 field goal attempts and making one three-pointer. Jeff Green was acquired by the Cleveland Cavaliers a few weeks ago in the hopes of making their bench unit deeper.

Jodie Meeks scores a team-high 13 points

Jodie Meeks led the Washinton Wizards in scoring last night with 13 points against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

He contributed 13 points, four rebounds, one assist, and one steal. He only made three of his seven field goal attempts, but he was able to make three of his four three-point shots. If Jodie Meeks can continue to shoot the ball well consistently, he will probably earn some minutes this upcoming season.

Kelly Oubre Jr. scores 12 points

Kelly Oubre Jr. stepped up tonight with Otto Porter Jr. only playing seven minutes. He contributed 12 points, five rebounds, one assist, and one steal. He made five of his 10 field goal attempts and sank one three-pointer. Kely Oubre Jr. will have to step up this upcoming NBA season in order for them to have a chance to defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers or the Boston Celtics.

Carrick Felix showcases defensive skills

Carrick Felix played a solid game last night against the Cleveland Cavaliers, especially on the defensive end of the floor. He contributed 13 points, two rebounds, two steals, and two blocks. He made four of his six shot attempts and made all four of his free throw shots. Felix has the tools to be a decent defensive player in the NBA, he just needs to put in the work and be patient with his growth.