INDIANAPOLIS -- John Wall's body language told one story going into Game 5 vs. the Indiana Pacers.
Basketball fans are programmed to grasp that shooters might need a minute of action to get into a rhythm. Defenders have no such luxury.
Among all the yellow clad fans sitting in the stands in Indiana watching the Pacers and the Wizards in the playoffs, one small group is in the stands cheering for the Wizards and Randy Wittman.
The Wizards did not have a formal practice session on Monday, one day after losing Game 4 to the Indiana Pacers and falling behind 3-1 in the Eastern Conference semifinal series.
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.