The Wizards (1-5) are off to an ugly start this season, and Bradley Beal says his team lacks “toughness” and “swag” in their play.
The visiting Houston Rockets handed Washington its second loss in a row Monday night, and everyone in D.C. is frustrated.
‘Everybody’s mad’: The #Wizards’ slow start has gone from bad to worse https://t.co/hkdgUAgHOD
— Candace Buckner (@CandaceDBuckner) November 8, 2016
The Wizards claim to have a “plan” in place, however.
Per the WaPo:
“We did not expect it to be like this,” Bradley Beal said.
“We got to get our toughness back, our identity back,” Beal continued. “We’re playing with no toughness, no swag. We got to pick each other up. We’ve got to get something going.”
Wizards’ opponents have scored 28.3 points in the fourth quarter and of course, this statistic ranks as one of the highest averages the league. […] “We don’t want to be 1-5 right now. Everybody’s frustrated. Everybody’s mad,” Beal said.