For the second game in a row, John Wall pulled up to hit a jump shot to tie the score for the Wizards in the waning seconds of the fourth quarter to send the Verizon Center crowd in a frenzy.
Too much is being put on John Wall to carry the Wizards, but that's not something that he would dare say.
Martell Webster only made one shot in 28 minutes, but his time is now if he's going to get his career back on track after his third back surgery.
An obvious followup question Thursday, the night after George Hill made the game-winning drive for a layup, is where was John Wall in the final 11 seconds?
Wednesday's 103-101 loss to the Indiana Pacers -- and how it happened -- is typical Wizards.