After Friday’s tough loss to the Sacramento Kings dropped the Washington Wizards to 1-4 to start the season, the team’s leaders sounded off on the issues plaguing the organization.
Bradley Beal and John Wall both said there are guys complaining about their own shots and not defending. Both spoke about it extensively. Quotes coming soon.
— Fred Katz (@FredKatz) October 27, 2018
John Wall agreed with his backcourt mate’s assessment.
While neither Beal nor Wall cited which players they were alluding to, Wizards head coach Scott Brooks was more direct.
Who had 5 games in the pool for when the Wizards would start publicly sniping at each other? https://t.co/JdBak7e0bX
— Zach Lowe (@ZachLowe_NBA) October 27, 2018
You can just tell this is a team that won’t go anywhere this season. Selfish players always ruin team chemistry.