John Wall has no structural damage on injured left shoulder

John Wall has no structural damage on injured left shoulder

They did a good job coming in defensively and we put them on their best two players so really pleased with the young group.

"They're going through some adjustments of not having all their players, and they're trying to add some new people to their team".

"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.

"That's what we tend to do sometimes".

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The Raps shot 53.5 percent from the field on the road against one of the best defensive teams in the league.

Wall said Friday that his shoulder felt "on fire".

Wall said the Wizards will be faced with a similar challenge.

However, Beal is confident the Wizards can become the team to beat in the east this season. And it's never too early to try to get in LeBron's head, although as we've seen for the last seven years, the Eastern Conference is basically won by LeBron. It's always a good matchup. Probably not, considering they couldn't beat the Celtics, who the Cavs swept easily, but hey, sometimes matchups are matchups.

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"We have been having great spurts where we lock down and play great defense", DeRozan said. "And I think if you look at past year, people might say they did or didn't". Period. They didn't push for that top seed because, to them, it was irrelevant. "I think they wanted to see us in the Eastern Conference Finals and we fell one game short of that".

Beal countered the Wizards have to "be on our P's and Q's to the T". "That is what we have to lean on throughout this whole season, moments like that, especially in critical parts of the game like going into the fourth quarter".

"We know what type of team we are", Smith said.

Information from ESPN Stats & Information was used in this report.

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