We need John Wall to do well in the playoffs, because we need more stories of John Wall. Lets make the first one a good one.
John Wall is insane.
The Wizards should be good. The Wizards are bad. What gives?
In line with legions of potential-laden youngsters, the elusive ingredient John Wall lacked was consistency. After returning from a knee injury last season, Wall gave us a preview of just how devastating he could be when given the ability to harness his talent by pure exercise of will. Today, his floorsmanship is prestidigitation on 94x50 parameters. Basically, he's scary good. And he's only going to get better.
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With the 2013-14 NBA season on the horizon, we’re taking this week to look at the players we love who
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2012-13 W-L: 29-53
New Faces: Eric Maynor, Al Harrington.
New Places: Jason Collins (FA), A.J. Price (FA), Cartier Martin (FA), Leandro Barbosa (FA), Pat Connelly (Player