Michael Kidd-Gilchrist


The outlook for John Wall's recovery from non-displaced fractures in his wrist and hand looks good for 2015-16, just not very promising for the Wizards' second-round series with the Atlanta Hawks


For the second game in a row, John Wall pulled up to hit a jump shot to tie the score for the Wizards in the waning seconds of the fourth quarter to send the Verizon Center crowd in a frenzy.


Even with John Wall gutting it out to play 35 minutes in another game when his availability was in doubt, and converting a three-point play in the final 45 seconds, it proved to be just enough for


The Wizards' toughest matchup for the last two seasons, and Southeast Division foe, already is facing adversity three games into the season.


The latest step in our early Southeast Division preview: a breakdown of each team by position.