The Wizards hung in there without John Wall, but will need their star back to get a win in Game 3.
Ramon Sessions tried his best to make up for the absence of John Wall in Game 2.
From Brandon Scherff's start in Washington to Tim Duncan's possible finale with San Antonio, plenty happened over the last three weeks between Wizards losses.
John Wall's inability to control the ball when he dribbled contributed to his decision to sit out Game 2. He's being called day-to-day.
Ramon Sessions' playoff career-high 21 points weren't enough in Game 2 as the Hawks drew the series even at one apiece Tuesday night.