John Wall only had 11 points and nine assists in Sunday's loss at the Miami Heat, but he played a solid-though-unspectacular game in running the team.
The Wizards fell behind by as many as 23 points as they lost their third game in a row, but coach Randy Wittman was satisfied with their effort for the first time.
Nene hasn't fully practiced since the Wizards' season-opening loss to the Detroit Pistons, but the 7-footer was circled as active by coach Randy Wittman before tip off vs. the Miami Heat on Sunday. However, he was in a suit during introductions.
John Wall, who signed a max extension for $80 million in the offseason, realizes that his teammates follow his lead and if they're not playing well it means he isn't, either.