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John Wall took a glance down at his Wizards uniform, looked back up and grinned. The Wizards have abandoned the blue, gold and black look that came to represent the past three lottery seasons and gone to a new, retro look that hearkens back to the old Bullets look.
“I like the new colors. Compared to what the court used to look like, its different, more exciting,” Wall said. “It’s good to have red, white and blue just like most of the other teams in D.C. It’s great for us if you’re rebuilding, it’s great to have new colors to start with.”
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BEST OF MAXIM
Man it feels good to have the NBA back. John Wall is already getting busy breaking ankles and dunking. Get ready folks, even though it is a shortened season it will have a whole bunch of this.
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John Wall certainly got the preseason poster action off to an excellent start with this one! Watch as he applies the butter, TOASTS Evan Turner, and flies in from the edge of the paint to deposit one on the head on Craig Brackins. Wall and the Wizards request that you disregard the scoreboard, and they appreciate your cooperation.
I expect to see John doing a lot of this...
The NBA preseason got underway tonight with Bulls/Pacers, Cavs/Pistons, Hornets/Grizzlies, and Wizards/Sixers. Washington Wizards point guard John Wall fought nagging injuries to his left foot and right knee during his first season that limited the speed and quickness we had become accustomed to seeing from him. Over the summer in exhibition games Wall seemed [...]
We mentioned it in today’s Smack, but it deserves it’s own look here: In last night’s preseason Wizards/Sixers game, near the end of the third quarter, John Wall dusted Evan Turner with a crossover and then unleashed hell on Craig Brackens. Not a bad start to the NBA season – John Wall look ready to [...]
Point guard John Wall is the player around whom the Washington Wizards are pinning their fortunes, and as such, the team routinely goes as he does. In the preseason opener on Friday night at Verizon Center, Wall shot 3 for 12 and turned over the ball six times with just three assists in 26 minutes.
Thus the Wizards lost badly to Philadelphia, 103-78, before a crowd of 11,419 in a...
The first games of the NBA preseason are tonight, and we're already getting some examples of why it's great to have the league back... finally.One such example? John Wall. The Washington Wizards' point guard will be entering his second season after being the #1 overall pick in the NBA Draft last year, and he showed in his first season that the Wizards made a mighty fine...
There’s been a lot of talk coming out of Wizards training camp about leadership and maturity. It looks like John Wall is taking his role on the court seriously.
After JaVale McGee got a little lazy during practice, Wall wasn’t afraid to tell his teammate to get moving. TruthAboutIt.net grabbed the video and we’ll go to the Post for the play by play.
John Wall caught a pass...
Finally we have some NBA games to cover, and the huge dunks that come along with em. The 76ers beat the Wizards last night 103-78. However John Wall came away with a huge crossover and dunk that got me wanting more NBA action. Check the video below.
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Although the Philadelphia 76ers blew out the Washington Wizards in the first preseason game of their seasons, Wizards guard John Wall had the most memorable highlight with this poster dunk on Craig Brackins:
The Wizards enter the 2011-12 season ready to improve on their last 3 seasons win totals (19, 26, and 23, respectively). New uniforms are not necessarily the answer to sweeping the slate clean, but it’s a start. They also hope they cashed in on a marquee rookie in Jan Vesley, drafting him 5th overall. Inexperience and attitude could be their downfall, but NBA fans hope...
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