Home is where the shot selection is.

Posted on November 01, 2013 by Dave Johnson

It's back to the Verizon Center tonight for the Washington Wizards and they are hoping to get back to playing more like a team against the Philadelphia 76ers. Head coach Randy Wittman barely recognized his team in the first half against the Pistons when as he noted "there was no rhyme or reason" to how the Wizards were playing.

The Wizards will look to get better shot selection to create better floor balance. The offense was not in synch. As an example of that, Martell Webster did not attempt a shot until the third quarter and it was his only shot attempt.

Here is the breakdown on today's Wizards Report:


Glenn Consor says do two things and the Wizards will be okay


Dave and Glenn's key to the game:

1. Prevent dribble paint penetration from all 5 76ers

2.Frontcourt help rotations

3.Beal-Nene-Ariza-Gortat early offensive touches in 24 sec clock

4. Wall must attack and not settle

5.Disrupt MCW, a "real" welcome to the NBA. Against the Heat rookie Michael Carter-Williams had 22 points, 12 assists, 7 rebounds, and 9 steals.

6.48 min of sustained perimeter pressure, jump them early

7.Run for 25 Fast Break Points

Coverage of the Wizards and 76ers begins at 6:45 on the Washington Wizards Radio Network.

The radio post game will also run LIVE here on Monumental Network.

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