5. Jordan Crawford can return to his bench role- Without John Wall it's clear the Wizards most consistent offensive player is Jordan Crawford. With Wall out Crawford has been thrust into the point guard position when he clearly does not belong. Crawford is not the type of player that can facilitate offense at the point guard position, John Wall is. With Wall and A.J. Price back Crawford can get back to dropping 20 points a night off the bench without feeling like he has to carry the entire offense.
3. Randy Wittman will have no more excuses- Now true, no one is blaming the Wizards dismal 5-28 all on Randy Wittman. The truth is the Wizards have one of if not the worst rosters in the NBAPhil Jackson would most likely have trouble producing more than five wins at this point. But with John Wall back on the floor we are going to see if Wittman does have some strategies up his sleeve to shake a few more wins out of this Washington team. And if he doesn't well its time to let Wittman go and let another poor sap have a crack at bringing the NBA playoffs back to D.C.
2.Bradley Beal won't have to do it all- It's clear Bradley Beal can play at the NBA level. Beal is currently ranked second in rookie power rankings and has proved he can shoot, attack the rim, and possesses the clutch bone that allows him to make big shots in the final seconds of the fourth quarter. With Wall returning, opposing team will no longer be able to say, "Lets shut Beal down and make the others beat us."
Wall will also make Beal better as the former Gator will have less pressure to produce. Bradley will be able to relax and let the game come to him. Not to mention it's good to get these two playing together as Wizards fans expect to see them in the back court together for years to come.
With John Wall back the rest of the team can relax. The franchise player has returned and players will stop having to answer questions from the media concerning Wall's injury. With Wall on the floor everyone else has to do less. They can lean on Wall when the need a bucket on offense and Wall can also guard the other teams best player on defense. Of course Wall won't be 100% right away but even a little bit of Wall is going to go a long way.
Written By Jeremy Batka @EastCoastAssn