The Wizards (6-8) didn't miss a beat offensively in their first game without Bradley Beal, but they begin a two-game road trip and are favored to win Wednesday night.
It's still early in the NBA season, but John Wall isn't hiding that he has taken to heart all the criticisms about his game -- and the five-year, $80 million extension the Wizards gave him in the
The Wizards withstood a three-point shooting barrage, and the emotional letdown of Bradley Beal not being in the lineup to win their second game in a row at Verizon Center in front of 19,204 Tuesd
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