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Randy Wittman laments turnovers following Washington Wizards loss

Head coach Randy Wittman of the Washington Wizards motions from the bench during the second half of the Wizards 90-86 win over the Chicago Bulls at Verizon Center on April 2, 2013
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Washington Wizards coach Randy Wittman laments the number of turnovers his side conceded as they are beaten 105-102 by the Denver Nuggets on Sunday night.

Washington Wizards coach Randy Wittman has lamented the number of turnovers his side conceded as they were beaten 105-102 by the Denver Nuggets on Sunday night.

The Wizards had led with 8:40 to play, but the Nuggets went on a 9-1 run capped by Darrell Arthur's 3-pointer from the right wing to sneak in front and see out the victory.

"We aren't going to beat anybody with 24 turnovers," Wittman told reporters after the game.

"It doesn't matter who you're playing, who's playing or not playing, or where you're playing.

"In the first quarter we came out and played through our system, moving the ball and guys in the right spots. All of the sudden we're up 14 and from there it just stopped."

The loss sees the Wizards sitting in second position in the Southeast Division, with a record of 36-34 for the season.

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