A win is a win in the playoffs. At this time year, only select teams of the remaining few can consider process more valuable than results. 640 more words
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The Wizards backcourt duo of John Wall and Bradley Beal combined to score 46 points in their team’s Game 1 victory.
In preparation for Game 2, the Hawks said they must do a better job stopping the guard – especially at the point of attack. 155 more words
Keep an extra close eye on who is starting in Tuesday’s slate. Several key injuries can interfere with fantasy lineups.
Washington Wizards guards John Wall (wrist) and Bradley Beal (ankle) are expected to play, but both injuries could really curtail their outputs. 304 more words
UPDATE: As you might have heard by now, Washington point guard John Wall will not play tonight because of a sprained wrist, suffered in Game 1. 627 more words
The Washington Wizards once again turned expectations on their head by taking the first game of their second-round series against the Atlanta Hawks on the road, their NBA-record fourth consecutive Game 1 road win. 402 more words