John Wall's shoulder has "no structural damage", just soreness

John Wall's shoulder has

Bayless is a well-known LeBron James hater, finding any angle possible to discredit LBJ's achievements wherever he can - even going as far as using Gordon Hayward's gruesome injury to do it - and Skip has predictably done it again after LeBron's terrific 57-point night against the Washington Wizards. They didn't want to see us in the second round.

The Raps shot 53.5 percent from the field on the road against one of the best defensive teams in the league. In 2013 IN came out determined to capture the #1 seed IN the East, which they eventually did, despite imploding en route to a six game loss IN the conference finals.

All the practices and team meetings don't seem to be helping much on the court for the Cleveland Cavaliers, who are losers of four in a row. Last night against the Cavs he went 0-1 with zero points in 6 minutes and was a -1 on the floor. "We're just trying to figure it out on the fly".

Currently, many assume he'd head west to play for the Los Angeles Lakers, as he has a home in the area and also has many ties to the entertainment industry he might want to pursue following his playing career. During an ESPN interview earlier on Friday, Wall and Beal reiterated a belief that Cleveland purposefully slid out of the top seed in the playoffs last season to avoid facing Washington in the early rounds. "I always stand by it because I mean, why would I sit here and say another team's better than my team?"

Beal's comments on The Jump on Friday weren't as pointed as they were in May, but he echoed the same extreme confidence in his team. "We just got to find a way to get over that hump and beat them and go to the Finals".

Wall has averaged 43.4 FanDuel points per game this year and is projected for 25.5 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 10.7 assists per game the rest of the season. "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". That would be an interesting question, but they'd probably have a better shot at winning than this year's Cavs team. With Wall injuring his shoulder towards the end of the third quarter, the Wizards needed all that they could get from their star forward and he didn't produce.

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