Washington Wizards: What All 5 Potential Starters Must Work On
By Brandon Hartman: Vp of Content and Senior Writer at Hoopstuff
PG: John Wall- Consistent jump shot
All right John, you’ve got your 80 million dollars, so it’s now up to you to make sure that the Wizards did not just make another huge mistake in a long line of bad ones. Wall is coming off from an ending to the season where he put up semi-superstar numbers. He took a huge step forward in terms of production as he came back from injury at the end of last year and averaged 22.7 points, 7.8 assists, 4.6 rebounds and 1.6 steals in the last 28 games of the season. Wall’s new found scoring touch and confidence was almost a revelation and reminded everyone of the unlimited potential every scout saw in him as he came out of Kentucky. His main problem has always been his jump shot, an area of his game where defenders almost dare him to shoot. Wall’s main weapon is attacking the basket with speed, but if defenders don’t respect hi...