Bradley Beal, John Wall confident of Wizards' status among top in East

Emmett Rice
November 5, 2017

Washington Wizards point guard John Wall had his shoulder in a sling following his team's loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers Friday night.

"Even if we win or lose or it's a great game, I think they understand what we can bring to the table", Wall said.

"Cleveland didn't want to see us", Beal said in May.

"Usually, you know me, I get up off the ground but I couldn't get up", Wall said.

In the mind of John Wall, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers deliberately landed the No. 2 seed a year ago to avoid playing the Washington Wizards.

"I feel like we're the best team".

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In his first season with the Wizards, Frazier's averaging 3.0 points and 4.6 assists in just over 14 minutes of action per game off the bench. The only concern is who should take that last shot during crunch time.

Communication on the floor is their biggest issue.

James declined to engage when he was asked about Beal's and Wall's comments.

The fact that Beal has such confidence in his team is a very good sign. "I think they wanted to see us in the Eastern Conference finals, and we fell one game short of that". Get the app and get the game. "And hopefully down the line, we'll see him again, hopefully in a seven-game series". However, after sitting out games on November 5 and 12, Wall started 70 consecutive games before Coach Scott Brooks rested starters in the final two regular season matchups. They're aware of that, and hopefully that's a thing of the past.

"I think if you look at previous year, people might say they did or didn't, but I think they didn't want the number one seed for a reason because we would've played them in the second round", Wall told ESPN's Rachel Nichols and Paul Pierce, referring to Cleveland.

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