Finding an equilibrium between being aggressive while also making defenses pay for not respecting his perimeter shot has been difficult for John Wall in the four-year career. Was Tuesday's win over the Timberwolves a turning point?
Nene and Marcin Gortat were both enthused by the trade that sent the latter to Washington days before the 2013-14 season began, and the frontcourt duo has proven formidable since the former's reinsertion into the starting lineup.
The Wizards are a better team today after acquiring Marcin Gortat from the Phoenix Suns in a deal for Emeka Okafor and a top-12 first-round pick, but are they improved enough to justify dealing such a strong asset?
Each SB Nation NBA blog is looking at what might have been if not for one key moment in each franchise's history. The Bullets Forever contribution? A look at how the Wizards fortunes could have changed if not for one fateful day in April.
There are some relevant discussion points when thinking about John Wall getting a max contract, but there are others that you'll hear that don't mean diddly squat. We consider which is which in this piece.
Washington targeted their own key free agents while securing a back-up of the future for John Wall in rapid fire. Did the Wizards behave like a team with a plan or pull the trigger prematurely in failing to let the market play out?
About one year ago, the Wizards acquired Trevor Ariza and Emeka Okafor from the New Orleans Hornets. Now that we've had a chance to see this play out, was the move the right one, or would one of several opportunities passed up have been better.
The Otto Porter/Anthony Bennett discussion threatens to tear apart Wizards fans. OK, not really, but it has been a hot debate topic around here. Umair and Thomas line up on opposite sides and make their case for each player.
John Wall's jump shot has improved over the last few weeks, and it was especially on point in Wall's 47-point outburst against the Grizzlies. But what has really changed with Wall's shooting motion? We break down film to find out.