John Wall loves his dogs and takes his fashion seriously. On the latest episode of '1-on-1 with Chris Miller,' Wall takes you inside his home to show you his extensive wardrobe and shoe collection. He also sits down with Chris to talk about his career and life, including his big shot against the Boston Celtics in the 2016 NBA Playoffs.
You can watch a preview clip above. The full episode premieres this Tuesday, December 5 at 8 p.m. on NBC Sports Washington.
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At some point during an inconsistent, up-and-down season, frustration almost always boils over.
That may have been the case for Bradley Beal following Wednesday night's overtime loss to the Bulls in Chicago.
We just didn't want to win.
To say Washington has had a lot of moving parts through 72 games would be the understatement of the year. We're talking about a team that has lost John Wall and Dwight Howard (not officially) to season-ending injuries and traded away Otto Porter Jr., Markieff Morris, and Austin Rivers.
Wednesday night's starting lineup featured Bobby Portis, Trevor Ariza, Jeff Green, Bradley Beal, and Tomas Satoransky. That's certainly not what Scott Brooks envisioned in November.
Being that there are so many new pieces, each of which finds himself in a different situation contract-wise, Beal was asked whether he feels like he needs to remind his teammates about the importance of a sense of urgency.
"I shouldn't have to but I need to. We have 10 games left"
The two-time NBA All-Star ended his media availability, as he's so often done this season, by holding himself accountable while still making his point clear.
"We got to be better. That’s all I can say. It starts with me. We got to be better. Myself included.”
Beal finished with 27 points, seven rebounds, seven assists, three steals all while logging 44 minutes.
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Trevor Ariza was unable to take the court late in the Wizards overtime loss to Chicago after leaving the game mid-way through with a groin strain.
His availability for Thursday's matchup at home against the Nuggets will be at the discretion of the team of whether that quick of a turnaround could put more pressure on the injury.
Ariza finished with six points in just 14 minutes of action. NBC Sports Insider Tom Haberstroh documented Ariza's health as the season winds down prior to Wednesday's injury. The veteran swingman is on a one-year, $15 million deal.
Ariza said he couldn't pinpoint which play caused the discomfort. His status for the bout with Denver will surely be a topic of interest.
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