The Wizards are back home, but did not practice Thursday following a gut punch of a loss in Atlanta for Game 5. Head coach Randy Wittman did speak with reporters via conference call.
ATLANTA -- John Wall did what appeared unthinkable by playing through a five breaks in his left wrist and hand, but Al Horford's putback with two seconds gave the No.
Things happened in the Washington Wizards' 82-81 Game 5 loss to the Atlanta Hawks Wednesday night. Some good, but ultimately, no.
ATLANTA -- John Wall threw himself on the floor with 32.6 seconds left, and the score tied at 78, for a loose ball, corralled it and called a timeout.