Cartier Martin and John Wall Continue To Dazzle as Wizards Win

July 15th, 2010 by Shae Cronin Leave a reply »
Although beginning the game on a 15-0 run, the Washington Wizards managed to turn Thursday night's game against the Dallas Mavericks into a bit of a nail-biter. 

The Wizards eventually moved to 3-0 in Summer League action after playing decent defense, and sinking crucial free throws down the stretch. 

John Wall had arguably his best game yet as a professional, scoring 21 points, grabbing seven rebounds, and dishing out 10 assists.

And the added bonus for Wall? Only three turnovers. 

Many were concerned with Wall's high turnover rate in the team's first two Summer League games. Wall silenced those critics in a game where he appeared to be displaying his sensational dribbling abilities. 

Second-year player Cartier Martin continued to make his case for a roster spot tonight. The former Kansas State Wildcat finished with a team-high 23 points and five rebounds. 

Martin has a great NBA body at 6'7, 220 pounds, and he has shown the ability to play both the shooting guard and small forward position.

Martin could be seen in flashes during tonight's win, whether it be with his quick ...

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