Found August 03, 2013 on HoopStuff:
Washington Wizards: John Wall Signing Grade By Brandon Hartman: VP of Content and Senior Writer at Hoopstuff…. Wall’s contract: 5 years, 80 million -  Half of Washington shook their heads at another bloated contract given out by the Wizards, while the other half blared Troop 41’s “John Wall song,” while dancing a celebratory dance, as they heard the news. Whether you like it or not, the Washington Wizards decided to invest superstar money in John Wall, as they wrapped him up for five more years. Resigning the super-athletic point guard came as no surprise, but the amount of money the Wizards invested in him shocked many. The max contract that Wall received, places him in the same pay category as almost every All Star’. Many NBA experts and fans have called the deal ludicrous, stating the glaring facts of no All Star or playoff appearances, on the soon to be, fourth year man’s resume. You can see where those naysayers are coming from as, Wall’s rather plain three seasons in the leagu...

John Wall cries during press conference

Your browser does not support iframes. The Washington Wizards held a press conference on Thursday to officially announce John Wall’s five-year, $80 million contract extension with the team. Wall, who is very close with his mother, aunts and sisters, became overwhelmed at one point during the media session and broke down crying. He later explained [...]

John Wall throws himself a full-court alley-oop?

John Wall’s speed probably played a decent role in landing him his latest $80 million extension with the Wizards, and if you ever questioned that look no further than here. Check out the wheels on John as he tosses himself a full-court alley-oop just because he can. John won’t be necessarily doing this during a game, but I’m sure he can toss one to himself in a summer D-League...

Wizards John Wall Throws a Full Court Alley Opp…to Himself

I think we have our first candidate for the 2014 dunk contest in New Orleans. The Wizards John Wall showed off his dunk prowess by throwing a full court alley opp to himself. Watch video of Wall getting this impressive dunk done with the first try: All of the dunk contest seekers will have to step their game up to top Wall on this one if he does decide to enter.

Wizards John Wall donating $1 million to Washington D.C. area charities

The Washington Wizards and point guard John Wall have agreed to an extension. The five-year deal is worth $80 million. Wall or, Mr. G Star as he is known in the locker room for his love of the G Star clothing brand, also announced at his press conference on Thursday that his excitement is not only for himself but the people of Washington D.C. as well. Wall plans to donate $1 million...

John Wall throws full-court alley-oop to himself in new fake video

This video is very obviously fake, because no one is fast enough to do something like this, but that doesn’t make it any less entertaining.  John Wall looks to be enjoying himself after signing a 5-year $80 Million contract extension with the Washington Wizards. [YouTube]

CC video of the day: Wall throws himself an alley-oop

So Wizards' John Wall just got paid (80 million extension)... a lot. And now the future of the franchise weighs on his shoulders so it be best for him to be in the gym, working on his game, staying in shape and ensuring he is raring to go next season. Oh and speaking of Wall hitting the gym, it appears he has  been and if the following video is any indication, he might have...

John Wall to donate $1 million to D.C. Charities

A day after signing a 5-year/$80 million extension with the Washington Wizards, former Kentucky guard John Wall already knows what he wants to do with at least one of those millions. Wall has decided to give back to the Washington D.C. community that has gave him so much since he was drafted #1 overall in 2010. His $1 million donation to the local charities will also come with some...

John Wall throws full-court alley-oop to himself

Recently, the fine folks over at Dime Magazine name Washington Wizards guard John Wall, the “fastest player in the NBA”. In honor of that, they did a photo shoot with John and helped create this viral video clip which shows Wall throwing a full-court alley-oop to himself. Obviously, some camera tricks were involved:

John Wall Donating $1 Million to Local DC Charities

A very nice gesture by Wall. Wall says very excited about signing new contract, not just for himself, but to give back. Will donate 1 million dollars to local charity — Washington Wizards (@WashWizards) August 1, 2013 H/T Stiletto Jill

Video: John Wall proclaims that he is the best point guard in the NBA

Tweet It’s about that time of the NBA off-season when players are saying a lot of things that grab your attention. This week’s edition has John Wall — fresh off of signing a five-year, $80 million extension with the Wizards — proclaiming that he is the best point guard in the league on the Dan [...]

John Wall with the greatest alley-oop EVAR!!!

Newly minted $80 million man John Wall has a new video out that shows him throwing an alley-oop to himself. Yeah, it’s a fake: I’m not really sure what the point is behind this video. I am going to assume that Dime Magazine did it to see how many stupid people there are, because there will be people who think it is legit. I reminds me of some Powerade videos from a few years...

The Top 10 John Wall Moments as a Wizard

A quote from John Wall The Wizards officially locked down John Wall long-term yesterday as it was announced the team has agreed to a max extension deal for 5 years and $80 million — and there was much rejoicing. This means John Wall will be in DC until at least 2019! Also yesterday, CSN Washington’s Ben Standig put together The John Wall Timeline which took a look at Wall...

Wizards Nene is Showing Major Strides in his Health

Last year was a nightmare for the Wizards center. Nene was battling multiple of injuries throughout the season. The Brazilian big man had plantar fasciitis in his foot, issues with both knees and a sore shoulder. Nene missed 20 games due to injuries, but he still managed to average 12.6 points and 6.7 rebounds a game shooting 48 percent, plus he played solid defense. The Wizards...
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