Evan Turner


John Wall, the point guard and by extension the coach on the floor for the Wizards, is starting to talk like Randy Wittman even more.


Although the Wizards blew a chance to get above .500, they have two very winnable games at home starting with Philadelphia, which has lost six of its last seven. 


Tuck this one away for a later date, but if John Wall isn't sure how games are being called on the final shot all he has to do is look at what happened this past week.


John Wall is having trouble finishing at the basket, and Monday he swore that when he lost the ball on what could've been the game-winning drive it was because he was fouled by Nate Robinson of th


PHILADELPHIA -- Nene returned to the court for the Wizards, and his presence in the starting lineup with Marcin Gortat made a world of difference.