The Wizards have found answers with Nene no longer on the bench. That Martell Webster is one of them comes as no surprise.
The growth of John Wall can be seen in how he is defending, which is an area coach Randy Wittman has pushed him to be more assertive. Wall did that and then some in Friday's win vs.
Only two players have played more games than John Wall to get above .500 for the first time -- and coincidentally they were No.
Washington registered a big win over the Heat this week, but what kept the momentum going to push them back to .500? "Attention to detail," Trevor Ariza says.
Just how exactly did John Wall hit a backwards layup while falling down on Friday night against the Bulls? He tries to explain.