After recording his 4th career triple-double, John Wall got water poured over his head in the middle of his postgame interview.
John Wall got his fourth career triple-double with a pretty lob to Bradley Beal for an alley-oop dunk.
It's trade season, and "interest" such as what the Cleveland Cavaliers have with Jared Dudley will be in the air. But the Wizards moving their best three-point shooter to enrich the No.
Bradley Beal will make his first start since. Dec. 9 against the Philadelphia 76ers. The wing guard came off the bench in nine games since returning from a leg stress injury on Jan. 13.
Nothing explains the current state of the Washington Wizards' season better than this. Even though 35 games remain, Friday's home game nearly veers into must-win territory.