Wizards win 4th in row, top Pacers 96-94 in OT

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    Down by two to the Washington Wizards in overtime, with a chance to break a three-game losing streak, the depleted Indiana Pacers called timeout and opted to set up a 3-point attempt.

    The flaw in the plan: 7-foot-2 center Roy Hibbert ended up taking it.

    "Go for the win," Indiana coach Frank Vogel said, "doesn't mean Roy go for the win."

    Hibbert's first 3-point shot of the season was off the mark, and Chris Copeland couldn't convert the offensive rebound as time expired, giving the Wizards a 96-94 win Wednesday night and the Pacers their worst five-game start since the 1990s.

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