The path for the remainder of the Washington Wizards' 2015 Summer League experience starts Wednesday night against the Utah Jazz.
While the Wizards have new perimeter players to pick up the slack for the loss of Paul Pierce, ultimately the success or failure of the remade roster will fall on the star point guard.
The Wizards had five players score in double figures as they put forth their best effort since Las Vegas summer league began against some familiar faces.
After a tough start to Summer League play, the Wizards finally managed a win on Tuesday.
John Wall is playing on a five-year contract, and far lesser accomplished players than him have gotten equal or bigger deals in free agency this summer.