Similar to what coach Randy Wittman had to do with John Wall in the middle of the playoffs last season when he struggled, the same took place with Nene in this second-round series with the Atlanta
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.
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.
The fractured left and and wrist of John Wall is starting to look better, but there's no indication that he's anywhere close to practicing or playing again as the Wizards prepare Sunday for Game 4
Despite Will Bynum's experience, he's nowhere as near as seasoned in the playoffs.