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.
In Game 4, it was 33-17. In Game 3, 26-12. In Game 2, 25-19. What about Game 1, the Wizards' only victory in this series vs. the Indiana Pacers? Try 19-13.
Everything went the right way for the Wizards.
Less than 24 hours after taking a 2-1 series over the Washington Wizards, the Indiana Pacers returned to work.