John Wall leaves arena with left arm in sling

John Wall leaves arena with left arm in sling

John Wall leaves arena with left arm in sling

Now Washington's leaders, John Wall and Bradley Beal, are doubling down on prior statements implying the Cavs ducked the Wizards past year by intentionally avoiding the #1 seed.

Beal, speaking in an interview with ESPN's The Jump alongside backcourt teammate and superstar point guard John Wall, said he "firmly" believed Washington was the team to beat in the Eastern Conference and that, already, the Wizards controlled their own fate.

"Cleveland didn't want to see us", Beal said. "I always stand by it because I mean, why would I sit here and say another team's better than my team?"

"I feel like we're the best team". I'm not going to sit here and do that.

In fact, if anything, the reason Cleveland was the No. 2 seed is that the Cavaliers knew they could beat anyone in the east. "I think they wanted to see us in the Eastern Conference finals, and we fell one game short of that".

Wall, who has started all eight games while averaging 20.5 points and 10.4 assists per game, received treatment Saturday on his sore and sprained shoulder but is considered "questionable" to play ahead of the Washington Wizards' Sunday night matchup against the Toronto Raptors, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.

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Wall chimed in, adding to his teammate's sentiment. They didn't want to see us in the second round.

The way the Cavaliers are playing, earning the Eastern Conference's number one seed will be a almost impossible task.

"Each and every night", Beal said.

"He had an incredible game, but at the same time, we got to respect what he does and what he brings to the game". Also, when the game is on the line, it normally should be Wall or Beal taking that last shot. And you always bring your A game when you're playing against the best.

Washington can not continue to give away games by giving up double-digit leads.

"He is as tough of a competitor I've ever been around", Wizards coach Scott Brooks said.

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