This isn't exactly what coach Randy Wittman had in mind when he said he wanted his team to play better defense.
Although several players have had their issues on the offensive end -- John Wall's turnovers, Bradley Beal's mid-range shot, Trevor Ariza's three-point shot -- the problem is simply defense.
Martell Webster insists he's more concerned with how he plays defense because that fuels his offense.
This is a simple statistical look at two players Wizards fans have monitored this season. One who plays for the team, Trevor Ariza, and one who never did, Kendall Marshall.
Even in their only road victory in the past week, the Wizards didn't do much to impress coach Randy Wittman.