The Wizards won Game 1 of the series on Sunday in Atlanta. Wall was hurt during the game and did not play in a Game 2 loss to the Hawks because swelling in the wrist and hand made it difficult for him to handle the ball.
The team said initial X-rays after Game 1 were negative but that follow-up examinations on Wednesday discovered the fractures, which are less severe than a fracture in which the bone is out of alignment.
"We've got to be prepared as a team to play without him," Wittman said, adding, "With the swelling, we knew maybe there was not good news there. We're still consulting with doctors. It's still pretty swollen."
Although Wall did not speak to reporters, teammate