In today's recap roundup, John Wall has perhaps his worst game as a professional, Bradley Beal isn't pleased with his teammates and Jordan Crawford pouts at the end of the bench in a 96-88 loss to the Raptors.
John Wall had a bad game against the Raptors, but of greater concern is his propensity to get frustrated when things aren't going his way. Hopefully, that's the lesson he learns from Monday's performance.
WASHINGTON -- If you were hoping that Jordan Crawford was taking his benching well, the events at the end of the Wizards' 96-88 loss to the Toronto Raptors may convince you otherwise. The Wizards' guard spent most of the game lounging on the bench, and then he tossed his jersey into the crowd after the final buzzer. This picture, via Truth About It, is of the fan that caught Crawford's jersey.
Crawford wasn't around to talk after the game, and Wittman claimed ignorance when asked about the incident.
"Listen, I'm watching the game," he said to a reporter. "You're obviously not watching the game, you were watching him. I can't comment on that."
Crawford's name has obviously been mentioned in many trade rumors over the past week as his playing time has vanished. Besides that above quote, Wittman has stayed consistent in his message that Crawford needs to work out of his struggles like Chris Singleton and others have.
The 2013 NBA season marches on as the Washington Wizards host the Toronto Raptors. We had a chance to speak with Raptors HQ's Scott Campsall in order to get his thoughts on the Raptors and tonight's game.