Washington Wizards sharpshooter Davis Bertans had a night to forget against the Boston Celtics in the play-in tournament. Bertans scored just four points and missed all seven of this 3-point attempts while also posting a game-worst minus-23 in 33 minutes of action. The Wizards suffered a 118-100 loss and will now face the Indiana Pacers in an elimination game for the No. 8 seed.

Bertans' 0-of-7 night from beyond the arc tied the worst 3-point shooting game of his career. He matched this low feat in a regular-season game in December 2019 against the Philadelphia 76ers. The Latvian was rather blunt in his assessment of his dud of a performance.

Via Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington:

“With every shooter, there are some cold nights. This was one of them,” Bertans said.

Wizards head coach Scott Brooks noted the Celtics were rather physical on the defensive end, and they were able to get away with it. The foul disparity was massive in favor of Boston.

In addition to his poor offensive night, Bertans and the Wizards had no hope defensively against Jayson Tatum. While the Celtics shot under 40% as a team, Tatum went for 50 points. When Bertans had to guard him, things didn't go well.

While Bertans had an awful night, Brooks is confident he'll bounce back against Indiana. After all, Bertans is a terrific 3-point shooter who bounced back from a rough start to the season to nearly shoot 40% from distance. The Wizards will need his shooting prowess to get that 8-seed.