NBA Award Watch: Six Reasons John Wall Can Still Win Rookie of the Year

December 23rd, 2010 by Kevon Robinson Leave a reply »
For right now, the NBA has a consensus that Blake Griffin will win the Rookie of the Year award over John Wall by a landslide.

There is an argument that Blake Griffin is on a terrible team, but right now, the Washington Wizards aren't much better.  

John Wall has missed nine games due to a foot injury and soreness in his knee due to tendonitis.  Since then, Blake Griffin has taken the NBA by storm with highlight dunks on every given night and putting a statement in people's mouths that say something like,"this guy will be a top five PF in the next two years."

With all the injury talk about John Wall, people tend to forget the skills that he possesses; but who could blame them?

America hasn't even seen the phenomenal PG on the hardwood since the beginning of December when he played a sub-par game against the New York Knicks and finished with eight points, six assists, and five rebounds.

It's also kind of funny that most people forget about John Wall getting that triple-double this year.

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