The Washington Wizards have been mostly treading water lately, and for a team with aspirations of being a real threat to the Conference crown this season, their fifth-place standing in the East and 6-4 record in their last 10 games isn’t nearly good enough.
And if the results of players-only meeting last week are any indication, their problems extend beyond the court as well.
“We had our team meeting,” Wall said Friday. “A couple guys took it the negative way and it hurt our team. Instead of taking it in a positive way like we did in the past and using it to build our team up, it kind of set us back a little bit.”