His 21 points and 11 assists look great on paper. But what was more important was his 44.4 percent shooting from the field and his six turnovers.
The Lakers looked next to unstoppable when they were moving the ball, and playing like a team. They looked very suspect when they weren't and that's why the Wizards were able to get back into this one.
The good news for the Lake Show is that the Utah Jazz also lost, so the Lakers are still 1.5 games ahead of them for the eighth seed in the Western Conference.
Up next for L.A. is a trip to the Oracle Arena to take on the Golden State Warriors on Monday night.