Shooters usually know if a shot is good or not as soon as it leaves their hands.
Back in late November, the 0-12 Wizards were the laughingstock of the NBA and they desperately needed a win.
With 2:06 left in the fourth quarter and the Wizards were stuck at 79 points and had been so for over six minutes. Their 15-point lead was gone they needed someone, anyone, to step up and hit a b
So far, so good. At least that's how I'd describe the cursory look at Wizards rookie Bradley Beal after five games at the Las Vegas Summer League - and that's hardly a knock.
On his teleconference just hours after announcing after the deal for thefrontcourt pair of Emeka Okafor and Trevor Ariza, Wizards President ErnieGrunfeld said the move "doesnt affect the draft