Randy Wittman

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NEW YORK -- The Wizards had the right mind-set in dealing with the Triangle offense, also know as the triple post, run by the Knicks. They didn't sit back and wait for it to develop.

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NEW YORK -- John Wall isn't hiding his ambition. The season is only three games old, but the fifth-year point guard for the Wizards has a goal to lead the NBA in assists for the first time. 

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Marcin Gortat has a simple answer for why he has been so dominant in the middle this season.

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When backcourt teammate Bradley Beal went out with a fractured wrist, John Wall was expected to shoulder a larger load to start the Wizards season.

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Two big men, Kris Humphries and Kevin Seraphin, aren't having the impact in the early going that the Wizards anticipated.

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