John Wall dribbled during Tuesday's practice. With his left hand. That's encouraging news for the Washington Wizards.
When a team circles its wagons after it loses a key cog like John Wall, lip service is to be expected as players always will say the right things.
Based on the way the playoffs are going, it's probably a good time to resurrect the discussion of where the Wizards rank among NBA backcourts.
Two days after Ray Lewis stepped into the locker room before the Wizards practiced, Garrett Temple is still singing his praises after they won Game 3 vs. the Atlanta Hawks without John Wall.
Despite Will Bynum's experience, he's nowhere as near as seasoned in the playoffs.