• On Monday, Scott Brooks said that the Wizards want Otto Porter Jr. to step up and speak up in John Wall’s absence.

    Porter played nearly the entire second half on Saturday against the Blazers and responsibly carried the offensive load in the third quarter, in which he scored 13 points on 5-for-7 shooting, but the Wizards couldn’t find their small forward in his final nine minutes on the court. “I need to do a better job, and Otto can also help in that process of putting himself in position that he can get better looks.” said Brooks. Bradley Beal also added that the Wizards want him to be more vocal. “We want him to demand the ball a little bit more, because he’s a bucket for us.” Porter is delivering top-15 value so far and he should get a nice boost in the next couple weeks or as long as Wall remains sidelined.

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