It's unclear exactly when John Wall got his mojo back. Maybe it started on the plane ride to Indianapolis, when he watched movies and remained unusually quiet while thinking to himself: ''If we lost this series, I'd put it all on my shoulders.'' Maybe it was before the game, when he confessed his
The doubts raised about the Indiana Pacers were more than justified. The way they dispatched the Washington Wizards shows that perhaps the Pacers have dismissed any and all dysfunction. Roy Hibbert revived himself in Game 2. Paul George went off for 39 points in Game 4.
The Clippers are reluctant to part with too many of their assets in any potential trade for Chris Paul.