ATLANTA -- After Game 1, as John Wall sat in front of his locker with ice on his ballooning left wrist to encourage his teammate directly across from him.
ATLANTA -- With Bradley Beal and John Wall not being anywhere close to 100% because of injuries, Paul Pierce may have to be even more assertive than usual for the Wizards.
The Wizards will have their starting backcourt of Bradley Beal and John Wall for Game 2 against the Atlanta Hawks.
Four big picture questions heading into Game 2 including health of John Wall and Bradley Beal, lineup changes, Otto Porter's role and remembering what Paul Pierce said about the Hawks at the same
The Washington Wizards are hopeful that the injuries suffered by their starting backcourt in Game 1 will be healed by Game 2.