An obvious followup question Thursday, the night after George Hill made the game-winning drive for a layup, is where was John Wall in the final 11 seconds?
Bradley Beal didn't practice Thursday, of course, after leaving early with a sprained right ankle in Wednesday's 103-101 loss to the Indiana Pacers.
The Wizards and Pacers faced each other nine times last year, including the six-game playoff series that knocked Washington out of the postseason.
Bradley Beal left Verizon Center under his own power, without crutches or a walking boot on his right ankle that he injured with 1:10 left in the first quarter of Wednesday's 103-101 loss to the I
That nasty four-letter word is looking back at the Wizards, and instead of the opponent coach Randy Wittman hurled it after Wednesday's 103-101 loss to the Indiana Pacers in which they gave up lea