John Wall speaks on how times have changed since he entered the league playing for coach Flip Saunders.
John Wall averaged 18.2 points, 11.8 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 2.5 steals in four games from Dec. 8-14 as the Wizards are on the verge of their best start in franchise history.
The Wizards are learning quickly that being among the league's best teams means losing ones such as the Jazz will play harder because they have something to prove.
Trevor Booker left the Wizards on good terms. That's why the Utah Jazz forward couldn't understand why the crowd turned on him late in Sunday's game. Then his memory of chicken sandwiches kicked in.
If the Wizards can figure out how to consistently protect the ball, their ability to share it and finish at a high percentage will make them even better.