San Francisco, CA – Friday night in the Chase Center, the Golden State Warriors dropped another nail-biter, this time against the Washington Wizards. The Warriors were up three points with 19 seconds left in the game but couldn't close the deal. A four-point play by All-Star Bradley Beal stunned the Warriors and gave the Wizards the lead with 6.1 seconds remaining. The shot ultimately finished the Warriors as they ended up losing the game 110-107. A frustrated James Wiseman spoke to the media about his thoughts on the game.

“Tough loss, that’s all I’ve got to say,” Wiseman told ClutchPoints.

The Warriors rookie has shown a lot of improvement since being inserted into the starting lineup. Coach Steve Kerr has said all year all he needs is more minutes. In Friday night's contest against the Wizards, he scored in double-figure for his second consecutive game, registering 18 points along with six rebounds.

Wiseman, who just turned 20 years old last week, has had a lot thrown his way this year. Earlier this season, Stephen Curry mentioned he couldn't imagine being in Wiseman shoes because when he was a 19-year-old at Davidson, he was simply out looking for frat parties.

Even though Wiseman was bothered by Friday's defeat, he seems to be enjoying his NBA journey this far.

“It's been super fun,” said the Warriors rookie. “I've been learning a lot of stuff, gaining a lot of confidence, had a lot of ups and downs, but im most definitely getting better as a player. I can see that in myself, and im going to keep going,” Wiseman told ClutchPoints.

The talented first-year center has received tons of criticism about his play in his rookie campaign. He seems upbeat and determined to prove all his doubters wrong. Golden State Warriors fans surely hope he does.