The (Washington) Wizard’s recent struggles have made (Bradley) Beal want to come back sooner. They’re 0-2 since returning from the All-Star break.
“It definitely makes me want to speed this (rehab) process a little faster but at the same time I’ve got to be smart,” he said. “I think we lost that hunger. We lost that chip on our shoulder. We had a great record at one point and we just got comfortable, got complacent rather than continuing to be aggressive, nasty team that we were at the beginning of the year. We fell off. We definitely fell off. We lack on defense. We’re not aggressive on either end of the floor.
“We’re getting too laxed like everything is just guaranteed to us, like ‘OK we’re in the playoffs and everything’s going to be fine we’re going to cruise through. We have to figure this out.
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