In The Scrum With John Wall

I caught up with Washington Wizards Point Guard John Wall following the 90-87 verses the Philadelphia 76ers. After struggling early, Wall came up big in the second half. With about two minutes left and the game on the line, rookie guard Bradley Beal went down with what looked to be a serious injury. It was at this moment where Wall took over the game, he hit two clutch free throws and a jumper in the closing seconds to seal the deal. Wall also held his own on the defensive end limiting first time All Star Jrue Holiday to only four made field goals on nineteen attempts.

 

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In The Scrum With Bradley Beal

I caught up with Washington Wizards rookie Bradley Beal after their 90-87 win over the Philadelphia 76ers. Beal was a key contributor in the game but was not able to finish due to a sprained ankle late in the fourth quarter. The talented guard doesn’t think his injury is very serious and hopes not to miss much time. Beal finished with 14 points before being carried off the court by teammates.

 

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Post Game: Randy Wittman

Washington Wizards Coach Randy Wittman addressed the media following the team’s 90-87 win over the Philadelphia 76ers. The coach talked about his young players stepping up in crunch time, John Wall especially. Wittman also answered a few questions about Bradley Beal’s injury. The Wizards have won eight of their last twelve games and eleven of their last fifteen at home.

 

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