Playing time has been hard to come by for Trevor Booker, but the Wizards forward came up big for them Wednesday.

They’d blown a 20-point lead to the Milwaukee Bucks and trailed by three entering the fourth quarter.

Booker, who played 22 minutes off the bench, came through for coach Randy Wittman. He was one of three Wizards players to register double-doubles.

“I really didn't know. Some games I was playing. Some games I wasn't playing,” said Booker, who had 13 points on 4-for-5 shooting and 12 rebounds. “I just try to stay ready. He called my name tonight and I had a pretty good game.”

Booker scored nine of his points in the fourth quarter, when the Wizards outscored the Bucks 31-15 to pull out a 106-93 victory. John Wall had team highs of 23 points, 10 assists, six rebounds and four steals. Nene contributed 13 points, 13 rebounds, six assists and three steals.

It was Booker’s three-point play, however, that helped the Wizards regain a 80-78 lead that they’d never lose.

“We really didn't panic. In the past we definitely panicked,” Booker said. “We actually stayed calm this time. It was something new for me because we actually stayed calm. That’s a good sign for us.”