INDIANAPOLIS -- Now that John Wall has had time to let the disappointment sink in, and see the video of him passing up an open three-point shot that could've tied the score in a Game 4 loss to the
Regardless of how John Wall and Bradley Beal struggle in this series with the Indiana Pacers, the bellwether of how the Wizards perform -- or win -- depends on their post players.
The Wizards did not have a formal practice session on Monday, one day after losing Game 4 to the Indiana Pacers and falling behind 3-1 in the Eastern Conference semifinal series.
As certain was he was about his three-point shot after Game 2, John Wall appeared uncertain in the most pivotal moment of Game 4.
Bradley Beal could be seen getting treatment to his left leg for a long stretch of the third quarter of Game 4, but he doesn't believe it'll bother him for Game 5 Tuesday at the Indiana Pacers.