John Wall’s Washington Wizards Concocting Promising Spell for Future

December 1st, 2010 by Brandon Galvin Leave a reply »
We knew when the Wizards landed the No. 1 overall pick in the 2010 draft that their franchise would be turned around for the better. Point guard John Wall is a dynamic superstar. He is a franchise-rejuvenating player with incredible ball handling skills and leaping ability.

Wall still needs to develop a more consistent shot, but he is very good at driving to the basket ala Derrick Rose and his quick hands drive his ball hawking skills on defense a la Rajon Rondo.

Although many are praising the Miami Heat’s “Big Three” for their win over the Wizards on November 29, it was a more promising loss for the Wizards than anything else. An 11-point loss to the LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh’s Heat is nothing to frown regardless of the Heat’s woes at the moment. The Wizards backcourt would have had quite the advantage with both John Wall and Gilbert Arenas in the lineup.

Gilbert Arenas may still be viewed as a cancer to many, including myself, for this young squad, but he held his own with 23 points, five rebounds and seven assists. If Wall was out there to dish the ball to Arenas on the wing with his driving ability, th ...

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