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In an interview earlier today, Washington Wizards point guard John Wall stated that he was the best point guard in the NBA. Does he have a point?
In a season where Chris Paul broke Magic Johnson’s record for most consecutive games with at least ten points and ten assists and is averaging 19.3 points, 12.5 assists, 5.0 rebounds, and 2.4 steals a game on 45.7% shooting, nobody else can honestly say that they are the best point guard in the NBA. That said, John Wall is having an awesome season, averaging 19.5 points, 9.0 assists, 4.6 rebounds, and 2.1 steals a game on 42.3% shooting. In addition, Wall is averaging career highs in both three point percentage (32.6%) and free throw percentage (86.8%). He has a PER of 21.4 and is currently leading the Wizards to a playoff berth, though in an admittedly weak Eastern Conference. He’s not quite a superstar, and he’s certainly not the best point guard in the league, but he will likely be an All-Star this season and he’s finally living up to h...
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The Lakers are in DC to take on the Wizards so that means everyone’s inner-Showtime comes out. John Wall included. In the first half, Wall finished off a fast break with a 360 dunk. Could he have passed to a […]
When John Wall breaks away in transition, sit back and enjoy the show.
Those watching the Lakers and Wizards on Tuesday night did just that, as the Washington point guard picked off a Wesley Johnson pass and turned on the jets, flying down to the other end. Wall capped off the spectacular play in style too, throwing down a monster 360 dunk to put the Wizards up by one in the second...
Athletic point guards are all over the NBA, including 2010 first overall pick John Wall from the Washington Wizards. Wall put his bounce on display Tuesday against the Lakers with an impressive 360-dunk. Watch:
Wall went on to score 31 points in the 116-111 victory, adding nine assists and six rebounds in the process. Wall is often overlooked...
Magical Wizards guard John Wall torched the Los Angeles Lakers in Tuesday’s 116-111 triumph at the Verizon Center. The 23-year-old Wall surpassed the 30-point mark for the third consecutive game and finished with 31 points, six rebounds, nine dishes and three steals on 10-of-18 shooting. Wall, who was taken out of Kentucky first overall in 2010, signed a five-year contract extension...
John Wall has scored at least 30 points in three straight games, scoring 31 against the Los Angeles Lakers in the Washington Wizards' 116-111 win on Tuesday.
“I think I’m using what everybody said about me, that I'm not a top five point guard, that I’m not a top ten point guard,” Wall said, when asked about the motivation behind his inspired play. “My job is to...
With only four games tonight in the Association, the Washington Wizards/Los Angeles Lakers game featured a rather notable highlight from Wizard guard John Wall.
In the second quarter of play, a Washington steal lead to a three against none fastbreak and Wall got the opportunity to show off his aerial ability.
Watch as he throws down the 360 jam:
Wall image courtesy of Getty Images
John Wall tore up the Lakers today as he stayed hot with 31 points and nine assists and Nene had a career him 30 to cruse the Washington Wizards to a 116-111 win against the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday, that broke the Lakers three-game winning streak.
Wall has scored 30 or more points in three straight games for the first time in his career, with 13 points coming in the fourth...
The Wizards defeated LA mostly because of John Wall’s big night. The electric point guard posted 31 points, 9 assists and 4 rebounds.
Wall put on a show for the D.C. crowd and this 360 dunk was the highlight of the night:
Washington improved to 6-8 after winning 4 of their last 5.
Wizards John Wall showed out Tuesday night as his team went up against the Los Angeles Lakers. Wall’s stats for the night; 31 points, 9 assists and 4 rebounds. The highlight of course was Wall’s 360 dunk following a steal.
Wizards win 116-111.
Washington Wizards point guard spiced things up on Tuesday night with a slick coast-to-coast 360 dunk on the Los Angeles Lakers.
It is great to see players of the other area teams support one another. In the past we have seen Alexander Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom and Mike Green attend Redskins games. We have seen Chris Cooley at Capitals games. John Wall has thrown out the first pitch at the National’s game (embarrassingly so). Tonight we got to see, not for the first time, Nationals’ pitcher Gio Gonzalez...
WASHINGTON (AP) -- John Wall stayed hot with 31 points and nine assists and Nene had a career high 30 to carry the Washington Wizards to a 116-111 victory over Los Angeles on Tuesday night that broke the Lakers' three-game winning streak.
Wall scored more than 30 points for the third straight game for the first time in his career, with his 13 fourth-quarter points coming in...
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For the NBA fan who wondered why John Wall was rewarded Eastern Conference Player of the Week on Monday, this game is Exhibit A. NBA TV fans voted for this game as their “Fan Night” nationwide telecast. Fans from all over got the chance to see Wall score a game-high 31 points, along with 9 assists, 6 rebounds and 3 steals to lead the Wizards ...
The Washington Wizards continue to inch closer to .500 behind spectacular play from John Wall.
Wednesday night's road tilt against the struggling Milwaukee Bucks - looking to avoid their longest losing streak in more than 17 years - could provide another showcase for Wall and the Wizards.
The fourth-year point guard was slumping not long ago, averaging 12.8 points on just 29...
Another win for those white hot Wizards. Washington with a 100-92 overtime win over the Bucks in Milwaukee on Wednesday night. Another solid night for center Marcin Gortat with 25 points and eight rebounds. Gortat only missed one shot from the floor, going 11-12 on the night.
The Wizards led by three in the closing seconds of regulation, but OJ Mayo hit a three pointer for Milwaukee...