No LeBron James or Dwyane Wade, but plenty of NBA excitement was to be had in the nation's capital.
More than 320 Johns Hopkins employees, students, and alumni and their friends and family watched the Washington Wizards take on the Miami Heat at the Verizon Center on April 10.
The university's Office of Work, Life and Engagement organized the first-ever JHU Night with the Washington Wizards to cater to Johns Hopkins–affiliated people who work or live in the D.C. area. Fifty children 13 and younger participated in the fan tunnel, standing on the court to high-five the Wizards players as they entered the arena.
The Heat, who rested their top stars for the game, beat the Wizards 103-98, thanks to a fourth-quarter comeback.
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