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The ceremonial first pitch thrown by Washington Wizards guard John Wall before a Washington Nationals game back in June 2011 has been universally recognized as one of the worst ceremonial first pitches of all time.
Despite that embarrassment, the Nationals decided to allow Wall to redeem himself by giving him another chance before Thursday...
And so, John Wall has redeemed himself after throwing one of the worst ceremonial first pitches in the history of ceremonial first pitches back in 2011. Wall got a second chance tonight at Nationals Park -- see video above. Wall lobbed it, but didn't bounce it. Good enough. And here's more video from CSNWashington.com of Wall practicing his pitching technique today at Wizards...
Just when you thought that Washington Wizards guard John Wall couldn't top his normal feats of daring-do, you need to check out this amazing lay-up that happened earlier tonight against the Miami Heat.Watch as Wall catches the feed from teammate Martell Webster and scores the incredible reverse lay-up:
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall wants a max type deal, and has played lights out the past two months to try to earn it.
In his last 20 games he has averaged 23.9 points per game on 48.3 percent shooting and 41.7 percent from three, plus averaging 7.8 assists per game.
Wall’s season started off slow following a knee injury suffered in training camp. Wall says he wasn’t...
With John Wall playing like a superstar, the Washington Wizards will be building around him for the foreseeable future. There is zero doubt that they will match any offer he gets in restricted free agency and the Wizards will probably give him a max contract themselves, to prove to him and the rest of the league that they view him as their franchise player and one of the best young...
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John Wall has been waiting nearly two years for this. During the Washington Nationals 2011 season, Wall threw out one of the worst ceremonial first pitches you will ever see. It was so embarrassing that it almost looked like he messed it up on purpose, but he didn’t. On Thursday night, the Washington Wizards star was given a chance for redemption...
Everyone deserves a second chance, and that’s exactly what the Washington Nationals gave Wizards guard John Wall on Thursday night.
In 2011, Wall threw out one of the worst ceremonial first pitches of all time. This time, Wall got a shot at redemption.
After Wall was reminded of his failure by the Nationals’ mascot, the Wizards point guard took the hill and lofted a pitch that...
Two years ago, John Wall threw an epically horrible first pitch at the Washington Nationals game. Let’s just say it didn’t exactly cross the plate. Thursday, he got the chance to redeem himself from what had to be one of the worst first pitches of all time. This time, the Wizards point guard went in with a plan, intending to “just lob it” this time. It worked much, much better.
Back in the year of 2011, Washington Wizards guard John Wall got the chance to throw out a first pitch at a Washington Nationals game and it didn't exactly go well.Flash-forward to earlier today, John was invited by the Nationals back to throw out another first pitch and this time around, he did a much better job before the start of the Nats tilt with the Chicago White Sox:Your...
Jrue Holiday scored 22 points, and the Philadelphia 76ers found enough motivation to put the Washington Wizards' pursuit of ninth place to rest for good Friday night, pulling away in the second half for a 97-86 victory.
Thaddeus Young added 18 points and 13 points for the 76ers, who had played a pair of stinkers since being mathematically eliminated from the playoffs but handled...
The Miami Heat decided to rest their starters last night, but unfortunately for the Wizards, it made no difference on the final scoreboard as the NBA's top team still managed a 103-98 victory behind a barrage of 3-pointers from their role players.
Randy Wittman, John Wall, and Martell Webster explain the Wizards' recent defensive struggles...