Bradley Beal thinks the new system of swapping long two-point shots for threes helped them against Philadelphia and could be a key to success.
Though the Wizards' defense didn't look all that hot to start, offensively they were a machine in their preseason opener, a 129-95 blowout of the Philadelphia 76ers at Verizon Center on Tuesday.
When the Wizards take the floor for the first preseason game Tuesday vs.
Training camp hadn't even began, and when Martell Webster reported to Verizon Center for Media Day last Monday he was surprised at what he'd seen. It was John Wall who already was there.
The roster hasn't been this deep for Randy Wittman since taking over as coach of the Wizards in 2011, so there will be as much emphasis on guarding the minutes of John Wall and Bradley Beal as the