John Wall did everything but make shots for his teammates in leading the Wizards back from a 16-point deficit at Air Canada Centre on Friday as their two-game winning streak ended.
Ever since John Wall made a career-high five three-pointers, in the Wizards' first win of the season after opening with three consecutive losses, his shooting percentages have taken a nose dive.
Coach Randy Wittman already was contemplating making changes to his rotation, before he lost Trevor Ariza (right hamstring strain) and Al Harrington (right knee soreness) more than a week ago.
A.J. Price returned to the Verizon Center on Tuesday for the first time since the end of last season. The point guard didn't believe it would take so long.