The irony that it's Bradley Beal, the Wizards' lethal three-point shooter, delivering the assist on John Wall on one of the biggest plays in Friday night's 110-107 win over the Charlotte Hornets.
Too much is being put on John Wall to carry the Wizards, but that's not something that he would dare say.
An obvious followup question Thursday, the night after George Hill made the game-winning drive for a layup, is where was John Wall in the final 11 seconds?
Bradley Beal didn't practice Thursday, of course, after leaving early with a sprained right ankle in Wednesday's 103-101 loss to the Indiana Pacers.
The Wizards and Pacers faced each other nine times last year, including the six-game playoff series that knocked Washington out of the postseason.