INDIANAPOLIS -- Now that John Wall has had time to let the disappointment sink in, and see the video of him passing up an open three-point shot that could've tied the score in a Game 4 loss to the
In case you missed the latest on disgraced Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, the octogenarian sat down for an interview with Anderson Cooper that aired on Monday.
Regardless of how John Wall and Bradley Beal struggle in this series with the Indiana Pacers, the bellwether of how the Wizards perform -- or win -- depends on their post players.
As certain was he was about his three-point shot after Game 2, John Wall appeared uncertain in the most pivotal moment of Game 4.
Bradley Beal could be seen getting treatment to his left leg for a long stretch of the third quarter of Game 4, but he doesn't believe it'll bother him for Game 5 Tuesday at the Indiana Pacers.