MILWAUKEE – John Wall casually dropped the line in the postgame media scrum at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night, minutes after torching the New York Knicks with 28 points, 17 assists and five rebounds in the Washington Wizards’ 111-108 win. “If I’m making jump shots,” he said, “I’m a different player.” The book on Wall […]
John Wall was in full Wall-Star mode in NYC, slicing up the Knicks with 28 points and 17 assists in a Washington Wizards win. Watch him do work. MORE HIGHLIGHTS The post John Wall Goes Off In NYC appeared first on Hooped Up.
John Wall was one assist away from his fourth triple-double of his career, when he lobbed an alley-hoop from the three-point line to a leaping Bradley Beal. It was a fitting way to record the triple-double finding his partner in crime, Beal, on such a spectacular play. Wall finished the game with 18 points, 13 rebounds, and 10 assists, as the Wizards cruised to a 106-94 win over...
For 12 minutes at Verizon Center Wednesday night, Steph Curry showed why he is arguably the greatest basketball player in the world. The Golden State Warriors point guard ignited another frenzy in another road arena, netting 25 points and seven three-pointers in the first quarter against the Washington Wizards. He drained pull-ups off nasty dribble […]
The Washington Wizards play 41 regular season home games like every other team in the NBA, but in a few instances each season, they feel like the road team at Verizon Center. It happens when stars and flagship franchises descend on the District. Earlier this season, both combined for a surreal atmosphere when the Los […]
In an effort to cut down his turnovers, Washington Wizards point guard John Wall made a pre-season bet with Wizards assistant coach Howard Eisley that in every game he had more than two turnovers, he’d pay Eisley $100. Well, the bet’s off, as J. Michael of CSN Mid-Atlantic reports the NBA killed the arrangement fairly quickly. Michael reports the NBA notified Wall via phone...
John Wall spoke out last week against the current state of All-Star voting in the NBA, and he had good reason to – right now he is projected to back-up Kyrie Irving, despite Irving having played in only six games. Granted, this is just the first round of voting, but it rehashes a long-debated problem – how do we make the All-Star lineups more indicative of who the best players...
John Wall has made it quite clear that he doesn’t think much of the results of the first round of NBA All-Star balloting. Wall’s grievances seem to stem from the fact that he’s in fifth in Eastern Conference guard voting, and more importantly behind leader Kyrie Irving, who has played three games all season. “It’s a joke,” Wall told CSNmidatlantic.com’s J...
John Wall is intent on not turning the ball over as much this season, and he plans to punish himself when it happens. Wall turned the ball over 3.8 times per game last season — something that he knows can’t happen in order for the Washington Wizards to succeed in the playoffs. In a recent...Read More
The All-NBA teams were announced on Thursday and they included names you would expect to see like Stephen Curry, James Harden, and Russell Westbrook. Among those absent was John Wall, who had a message for voters. More Motivation…Keep Sleeping !! — John Wall (@JohnWall) May 21, 2015 Harden and Curry were absolutely deserving of the...Read More
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