Playing on the road makes the NBA unpredictable, especially when its two games in three days and a team, such as the Wizards, is coming off a triple-overtime game. Injuries and minutes restrictions are concerns for coach Randy Wittman, who is going to have a juggling act on his hands particularly when it comes to Bradley Beal.

Beal, who missed nine games earlier in the season because of a stress reaction to his lower right leg, logged 51 minutes in the 134-129 victory at the Toronto Raptors on Thursday. His jump shot, nor his legs, looked strong at the end. Beal shot 4-for-16. But the Wizards have extended their season-long winning streak to five games with a good possibility of making it six Saturday at the Philadelphia 76ers (CSN, 7:30 p.m.).

"I'm tired. I'm not going to lie and say I'm not tired. My legs are definitely a little bit heavy. It's great for me to actually have that feeling to know that I still was going to be able to play," Beal said. "At the end of regulation I took my mouthpiece out like, "Damn, I'm not going to be able to play.' Coach said, "What are you doing?' I said well, 'I guess I'll go back in.'"

Marcin Gortat played 51, Trevor Ariza 50 and John Wall 49. Ariza has missed time this season with a hamstring strain, but Wall and Gortat are the only starters to not miss a game.