Washington Wizards coach Randy Wittman doesn't seem overly concerned about John Wall's recent struggles or with his team losing another game.
For the first time in a while, Philadelphia 76ers coach Doug Collins isn't talking about a defeat.
The Wizards will try to avoid a winless three-game homestand on Sunday night when the 76ers look to end another lengthy skid.
In six games since the All-Star break, Wall is averaging 11.2 points on 32.4 percent shooting and committing 4.7 turnovers per contest. The former overall No. 1 pick admitted after Friday's 96-88 loss to New York that he's been too passive, but Wittman is encouraged after watching Wall - who missed the first 33 games of 2012-13 with a knee injury - total 16 points and seven assists. The point guard logged a season-high 42 minutes with backup A.J. Price sidelined with a bruised right thigh.
"That's what (Wall's) got to continue to do, play hard, play through mistakes, play through missed shots. And I thought he did that...