Wizards did not look ready through preseason
CSN Washington reports:
The Wizards did not look ready for the start of training camp in their preseason-opening loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. It was much better in the game Tuesday on the road against the same Sixers. Fan hope the Wizards won’t swing from emotional high to emotional low, but likely it will be a wild ride.
John Wall is the focal point of a Wizards’ sophomore class that seized opportunities with playing time last season. Guard Jordan Crawford was an instant hit after his arrival in a trade with Atlanta, and he quickly showed why he was a first-round selection of the Hawks. In the games he started, Crawford averaged 19.3 points, 4.7 assists and 3.6 rebounds.
Also among the sophomores, forward Booker impressed fans with his hard-hat approach and averaged 10.2 points and 7.6 rebounds in 14 starts.