While John Wall has had the most to do with the Washington Wizards' improved play over the last two months, Martell Webster is starting to make his presence felt, too.
Washington aims for a season best-tying fourth consecutive win Monday night as it opens a four-game road trip against the NBA-worst Charlotte Bobcats.
After dropping 28 of their first 33 games with Wall sidelined due to a stress injury in his left knee, the Wizards (23-42) have gone 18-14 since his return.
Averaging team highs of 15.3 points and 7.6 assists, Wall has been especially impressive over the last four games, posting 24.0 and 11.0 per contest while shooting 61.7 percent.
"I think just finally sitting down with coach (Randy Wittman) and really finding out what pace meant for him," Wall said. "I thought pace was just trying to push every time. Pace is getting the ball up to your other teammates and throwing it ahead and throwing it to the post. And just playing at a different pace that we need throughout t...