The Wizards will try to roll with John Wall's hand and wrist injury and retake the series lead against Atlanta.
Seven-year NBA veteran possesses some of Wall's speed and penetration ability but has only played 67 minutes since joining Wizards in March.
Wall has five non-displaced fractures in his left hand and wrist.
Wizards guard believes he forced the issue, and with or without Wall, he insists he can’t repeat that mindset in Game 3.
Guard played well for injured John Wall in Game 2 loss to the Hawks.
Wall's status for Game 3 and beyond has not yet been determined.
Nene has scored two points on 0 of 9 shooting in two games against the Hawks.
Without Wall, the Wizards created far less opportunities near the basket and at the free throw line.
Wall seek a third opinion on his injured left wrist.
The Wizards were down by five points in the fourth quarter before faltering down the stretch.