Found January 29, 2013 on
Up until a few weeks ago, losing close games, or the coined term "moral victories" was widely acceptable amongst the Wizards faithful. Considering all the backend turmoil caused by upper management over recent seasons, watching the Wizards perform with effort and competence for 40+ minutes a game had become a luxury. Yes, it’s sad, but very true.
However, the mind frame of fans and players alike has changed since their godly emergence. Failure to close out games properly due to costly turnovers, lapses on defense and missed opportunities has begun to sting just a little harder for these reformed Wizards and it’s showing in their post-game interviews. John Wall and Brad Beal share their sentiments following last night’s heartbreaker vs. Sacramento.
BEST OF MAXIM
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With Saturday night’s win over Chicago, the Wizards are miraculously one of the hottest teams in the NBA, going 7-3 in their past ten games. The return of John Wall is probably the most important factor in this recent hot streak, but his ability to improve everyone on this team is probably the most impressive.
The two most notable performers, in...
1. They’ve won five straight at home!
2. The last four home wins all came by double-digits.
3. They’ve won seven of their last 10 overall!
4. Six of those seven wins came after John Wall’s return.
5. Wall is playing at a high level, especially compared to his first two years. Just look at his per 36 stats, where he’s averaging 20 points and 10 assists, way up over career...
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