But the real issue here is that they took 37 shots while John Wall took just 13 shots. Look, you ideally want Wall setting everyone up, but at a certain point, you just need to take the ball out of your poor-shooting teammates, tell them to eff off and set up the offense on your own. Wall needs to be unafraid to do that.
Otherwise? A couple bad calls really hurt, and that's all I got. The inability to execute in the half court is killing the Wizards late in these games, and Wall needs to step forward and rectify that.