Beal’s Back and the Mighty Wizards

Beal’s Back and the Mighty Wizards

Wall was very productive in this game and as his friends say, he is productive in almost every game. He came up to almost triple digits. He had 21 points and 11 assists with nine rebounds. Paul pierce says, “He’s everything we got. He’s the franchise guy. We go as he goes.”

The Wizards had slid away from the number spot in the Eastern Conference to No. 5 come Monday. However, they have been nonstop offensive killers as of late. Nicolas Batum added 12 points and a season high 15 boards for Portland, which carried them through three games and has affectively been responsible for winning the last eight out of nine games.

The Wizards were equally bad at foul shots as they were three pointers. Foul shots is 61.5% and as for three pointers it is 58.3%. Right now they are doing okay but they have only played their 26th of 67 games. That is a ways to go but they have already come pretty darn far, we all must admit.

Beal missed some time in the game due to a right leg injury. On his return he played his overall most effective game. Wittman says he told Beal, “Go out and play. Don't think about anything. Don't think about a missed shot or a mistake.” Who knows but maybe this encouragement added to the game? Beal is one of the opening players.


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