Washington Wizards Franchise Records
Points, first quarter: 24, vs. Charlotte Hornets,02001-12-29December 29, 2001
Points, second quarter: 19, vs. Chicago Bulls,02002-01-04January 4, 2002
MCI Center record — points, game: 51, vs. Charlotte Hornets,02001-12-29December 29, 2001
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