That John Wall isn't who he used to be before the All-Star break is the equivalent of saying water is wet. In nine games since the break, the numbers show it.
The laundry list of of what's wrong with the Washington Wizards seemingly grows with every game, even during some of the wins, though occasionally the warts simply take turns in the spotlight.
The bench is full of players who have under-performed for the bulk of the season or just struggling with their offense.
A centralized replay center for the NBA is supposed to, in theory, guarantee that the correct calls are made in the final two minutes of games that are within five points, but that didn't happen w
This is becoming a bit of a broken record with the Wizards, losing a game that they should win or barely holding on to win a game that they should've put away in blowout fashion.