The Wizards let one slip away at the end of Game 2 in Indiana. Now that the series has shifted to Washington, John Wall hopes to improve on his performance.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Let's be honest about the crowds for Wizards games at Verizon Center for most of this season. It's not the most vibrant, diehard group of believers.
Less than 24 hours after the Wizards’ Game 2 loss at Indiana, coach Randy Wittman used the words desperate and desperation during his media session at the Verizon Center.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Unlike in the first game, when Bradley Beal had 14 points in the fourth quarter, he had half as many in Game 2 thanks to Paul George's defense.