Over the last two games the Wizards 3-point defense has been frightful. Looking at the numbers from a historical perspective makes them much, much worse.
John Wall, who failed miserably when throwing out the first pitch at a Nationals game as a rookie, will just try to get the ball to the plate instead of throwing a zinger.
Point guard is hardly a first-round draft priority for the Washington Wizards yet, because Syracuse's Michael Carter-Williams offers a diverse skill set, it's possible the lengthy floor leader is ultimately the right call.
The Wizards have lost three games in a row, including to the Miami Heat without their three best players, which is hurting their chances to move up to ninth place in the East.