John Wall has helped the Wizards get off to one of their best starts in franchise history, now they must keep their focus.
Bradley Beal isn't even in optimum condition to play, but his production in his first three games of the season for the Wizards suggests otherwise: 16.7 points on 51.2% shooting, 50% from three-po
Ending the week 2-1, after Saturday's gritty, 111-100 comeback win at the Milwaukee Bucks, is what the Wizards (9-3) were looking for all along.
Otto Porter, who had his rookie season with the Wizards marred by leg injuries, sat out with Saturday's game at the Milwaukee Bucks. Rasual Butler replaced Porter in the rotation.
Paul Pierce quickly put Friday's win vs.