Found January 15, 2013 on
Next Impulse Sports:
The Washington Wizards hosted the Orlando Magic Monday night and the game featured one very nasty crossover from Wizards all-star point guard John Wall. Wall did a behind-the-back crossover at the top of the key that left Magic guard Ish Smith on the floor in embarrassment.
The Wizards won the game convincingly and Wall finished with twelve points and six assists.
Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Was it so long ago that John Wall was to be the new face of Reebok? And now, less than three years after signing with Reebok, the Washington Wizards guard has jumped ship...to Adidas. The two parties signed a multi-year partnership deal for an undisclosed amount at the end of last week,
"I've enjoyed my time with Reebok and I'm grateful for everything we accomplished...
OVER THE WALL
Last time we’ve seen one player leap frog another was the infamous dunk by LeBron James last season. However, here we have Ish Smith, of the Orlando Magic, jumped completely over John Wall, of the Washington Wizards, Monday night. Not only did he jump over John Wall, but he recovered and blocked Wall’s shot. H/T [...]The post Ish Smith Jumps Over John Wall, Blocks (Video) appeared...
Tweet Thankfully for the Washington Wizards (and their fans) John Wall is back after an extended absence due to a left knee injury. Wall scored 14 points and handed out 4 assists in 21 minutes on Saturday as Washington defeated the Atlanta Hawks 93-83 in his season debut. Monday the Orlando Magic were in [...]
I can confidently say that this is the first Ish Smith post that we've attempted on That NBA Lottery Pick and he had to do something pretty impressive to earn it.Earlier tonight, the Orlando Magic guard was playing some solid defense on Wizards guard John Wall.As he went up to attempt a block, Ish cleared Wall and leapt over him:
Yesterday, we posted a video of Orlando Magic guard Ish Smith leaping over Wizards guard John Wall and blocking his shot.Well, later in that game...Mr. Wall got revenge by dropping Ish with a pretty solid crossover that sent him to the ground and gave John the opportunity to find Kevin Seraphin for the easy bucket:
When you hear the Wizards and Magic are facing off against each other, you wouldn’t expect the highlights of the night to cone from that came. But that’s exactly what happened. First watch Ish Smith leap over John Wall and then recover and block his shot. But John Wall wasn’t going to go out like [...]
Wizards 93, Hawks 83 [Saturday]
***JOHN WALL BACK! In something of a surprise return (a surprise to me, at least — I had no idea he was about to come back), Wall helped his Wizards achieve their first win streak (two games) of the season with a 21-minute, 14-point contribution (5-11, 4 AST/3 TO) off the bench. It was a feel-good game for the Wizards in more ways than one, as...
Wizards PG John Wall’s second game resulted in the another win. The team’s third straight win at home and second consecutive win over the Orlando Magic, a 120-91 win vs Magic. The Wizards are now 2-1 against the Magic this year but more importantly, they feel as though they’re beginning to gel. Wall’s return has given these [...]
Every morning, we will give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: Another brick
Washington is trying to shut the naysayers up.
The Wizards have the worst record in the league. They have pundits claiming they have no one to build around. They have an apathetic fan base that has not experienced much in the way of winning for easily the last decade...
The return of John Wall even in limited minutes has seemed to ignite the Washington Wizards, who are on the verge of a four-game winning streak that would double their previous win total.
Accomplishing that feat requires beating the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night to begin their five-game, eight-day western road trip.
One game after rookie Bradley Beal hit a jumper with 0.3...
Monday, January 14th, 20137:00 PM ETTV: Comcast SportsNet HDSteve Buckhantz and Phil Chenier Radio: 106.7 FM/1500 AMDave Johnson and Glenn Consor
Arron AfflaloJohn Wall
Magic Projected Starting Lineup Wizards Projected Starting Lineup
Paying HomageShaquille O’Neal
Proud Moment in Magic HistorySelecting Shaquille O’Neal with...
Your browser does not support iframes.
Wizards play their best basketball, beating Orlando 120-91 in D.C. [WaPo]
Ish Smith got John Wall with a block, Wall got Ish with a dribble. [TAI]
Secret to the Wiz’ three-game streak is they’re running. [Bullets Forever]
Michal Neuvirth’s new goalie mask has Olie the Goalie on it. [Bog]
Neuvy and Braden Holtby should both see time in...
As has been the case for quite some time now, the Washington Wizards have long been considered the league clowns of the NBA. There’s really no need for clarification as the factors for the team’s prolonged suckassness has been on full display and well documented: slow starts, slow finishes, offensive ineptitude, defensive struggles, lack of talent, poor coaching, managerial mishaps...