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The Washington Wizards might be the NBA's most dysfunctional team but that doesn't mean they can provide the highlights courtesy of John Wall.
Wall's latest victim to make his highlight reel is Chicago Bulls' John Lucas III.
Lucas, who made his first start for the Bulls and played extremely well in the win (25 pts, 8 reb, 8 ast), had his personal moment ruined by Wall who decided to feature him in his latest poster with this sick dunk.
And to make matters worse for Lucas, check out his weak attempt at taking the charge. The guy just flakes out. And to make matters even worse for Lucas, he gets called for the foul! But then again, I'd probably get out of the way even faster if I saw Wall flying down the lane to crush one on me.
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After notching their first win Tuesday night against Toronto the Wizards reverted back to their losing ways, falling to the Derrick Rose-less Chicago Bulls 78-64 Wednesday night at the Verizon Center.
John Lucas III filled in for Rose, who sat out due to a turf toe injury, admirably. Lucas dropped 25 points while nearly going for a triple-double, adding eight boards and assists...
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After the Wizards recorded victory number one of this still youngish season, several players went online to record their reaction.
John Wall went with mature cliches.
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