Without Wall, Bradley Beal has emerged as the number one option and been an absolute stud for Washington. Beal has willed the Wizards to winning two of the last three games, scoring 51 on Portland in the process.
Even with Beal’s explosion, the Wizards are glad to have more good news.
Wall is the leader in Washington and the dynamic duo of him and Beal make them a legit threat in the East. Wall has made four straight All-Star games and has been the motor pushing Washington towards success.
It’s will be interesting to see how much Scott Brooks plays Wall in his first game back. Brooks knows he can rely on Beal’s offense, but it's Wall who doesn’t want to mess anything up.
As soon as Wall is playing his normal minutes, the league will continue to struggle against such a potent duo. At just 14-12, the rest of the team has to join Wall and Beal and buckle down for a playoff run.