Not everyone was aware of the severity of John Wall's left wrist fractures, including backup point guard Will Bynum, who will now take on a bigger role for the Wizards.
We now know what's wrong with John Wall's hand. What you may not realize is how effective the point guard produced with that fractured hand.
Even if John Wall heals quickly from his non-displaced fractures in his left wrist and hand, it may not be in time. These other players suffered similar injuries.
Ramon Sessions started a playoff game for the Wizards before he even practiced as a starter. Expect more of that after Thursday's news about John Wall.
The Wizards have to regroup without John Wall, who could be done for the rest of the playoffs with a fractured left wrist.