When it comes to the Atlanta Hawks, it's far more interesting looking at the future rather than analyze their current, one-sided head-to-head matchup against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavalie
Two things are on tap for Bradley Beal in the offseason, and both are connected: His health and a contract extension going into his fourth season with the Wizards.
The conference finals begin tonight with the Houston Rockets vs. Golden State Warriors, but Bradley Beal isn't interested in what happens at all.
To John Wall, the way the 2014-15 season ended for the Wizards didn't feel a lot different than a year ago when they were eliminated in Game 6 to the Indiana Pacers at Verizon Center.
All of the energy and focus the Wizards vowed they'd have coming into Game 6, desperate to stay alive and force a decisive Game 7, was absent from the starters for three-plus quarters.