The results of exhibition games don't matter much to coach Randy Wittman, but the hope is that the good habits the Wizards have learned stay.
Garrett Temple seems to be a forgotten man for the Wizards, but he stands 6-6, can play three positions and could help make up for the loss of its best defensive player in Trevor Ariza.
By all indications -- words spoken on and off record -- John Wall has taken control of the Wizards' training camp going into Day 5 Saturday at Verizon Center.
The predictable questions about Bradley Beal's mental strength and toughness, because he's just 21 going into his third season with the Wizards, probably should cease.
For the last several years, Trevor Ariza had been the Wizards' best one-on-one defender without question. With him gone, who gets that designation now? John Wall has the answer.