While the Wizards search for answers about stringing together enough victories to get over .500 and establishing some sort of consistent identity, Bradley Beal graciously took his turn falling on
The last time the Wizards met the Golden State Warriors, it was earlier this month at Verizon Center and they were steamrolled by an avalanche of offense.
Whenever the Wizards lose a lead or allow a game that is close to get out of control, the culprit is almost always turnovers.
Granted, Eric Maynor has been a disappointment for the Wizards, who acquired him as a free agent last summer to back up John Wall.
Before baseless speculation and rumor-mongering begins, let's be clear about this: The Detroit Pistons are not actively shopping Greg Monroe, a 6-11 post player in his fourth season.