John Wall, peering over the heads of reporters, checked to see whether his teammate Otto Porter Jr. was across the locker room.
While answering a question about Porter's recent offensive travails after the Washington Wizards' 104-95 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday, Wall had a ready explanation. Wall and Bradley Beal had accounted for over half of the team's shot attempts while their running mate, Porter, found just eight — fewer than even backup wing Kelly Oubre Jr.
And Wall knew why.
"You try to do a good job just getting him as many shots as we can, but it's kind of hard because he's out...