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Dec 21, 2014
Rotoworld
John Wall struggled in a loss against the Suns on Sunday, shooting just 5-of-15 from the field and finishing with 14 points, eight assists, five boards and three steals in 38 minutes.
CSN Washington Dec 24, 2014

Derrick Rose gets the best of John Wall (Highlights)

Derrick Rose gets the best of John Wall as the Wizards fall to the Bulls.
CSN Washington Dec 23, 2014

Derrick Rose one-ups John Wall's comeback bid

John Wall scored 10 of 12 points to give the Wizards the lead late in the fourth quarter, but Derrick Rose answered by scoring eight of 10 as the Bulls prevailed.
CSN Washington Dec 23, 2014

Must see TV: Rare John Wall-Derrick Rose matchup on tap

Even though the Wizards and Bulls play each other frequently, actual John Wall and Derrick Rose matchups are oh so rare. Tonight the starry point guards face off.
Rotoworld Dec 21, 2014

John Wall struggles in loss to Suns on Sunday - John Wall (G) Washington Wizards

John Wall struggled in a loss against the Suns on Sunday, shooting just 5-of-15 from the field and finishing with 14 points, eight assists, five boards and three steals in 38 minutes.
Hot Hot Hoops Dec 20, 2014

Five Stars: Wizards 105, Heat 103

Miami kept it close, but in the end came up just that short against the Wizards. They still placed three of the top five players in the game. I used the GameScore metric from www.basketball-reference.com to rank all the players from last night's game. First Star John Wall (WAS) 19.9 The Wizards' starting point guard played a game-high 37:47 for Washington. He made six-of-10 from the field but missed both of his three-point attempts. His eight-for-10 night from the line brought him to 20 points. He earned the only double-double of the game by adding 10 assists, finishing the night with a...
CSN Washington Dec 19, 2014

John Wall: 'I want to be a franchise guy'

After taking over down the stretch and helping Washington to a 105-103 win over the Heat, John Wall said this is exactly what he wants.
Bullets Forever Dec 19, 2014

Rajon Rondo's move to the West opens door for John Wall

In today's Wake-up Call, we take a look at what Rajon Rondo's departure to the Western Conference means for John Wall, former Wizard Jan Vesely's current situation, and the happiness of Marcin Gortat when served with free Chick-fil-A. 1. John Wall just moved up a spot Rajon Rondo's incredible passing as a member of the Boston Celtics always put him among the best point guards in the Eastern Conference. His departure to the Dallas Mavericks yesterday opened up a door for Wall to leapfrog one spot higher in the pecking order of point guards in the east (so long as you thought Wall hadn't...
CSN Washington Dec 19, 2014

Is John Wall having an MVP season?

With the Wizards off to a great start and John Wall playing the best basketball of his career, should the Wizards' point guard be in the early discussion for MVP?
Washington Post Dec 18, 2014

John Wall has improved on mid-range jumpers, and he and the Wizards benefit

John Wall is cognizant of the criticism that last season he settled for too many mid-range jump shots, statistically the least efficient shot in basketball, and didn’t convert them at a high rate. He made it a goal to attack the basket more this season.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Dec 18, 2014

Thursday mailbag: What about Wall for MVP, national respect?

John Wall isn't just playing like an All-Star but one of the league's best for the Wizards, who have yet to prove to some that they're a threat to win the East.
Bullets Forever Dec 17, 2014

Wizards' fourth quarter surge shows how they've evolved

When things got tight for the Wizards entering the fourth quarter, they used simple execution to put Minnesota away. The Washington Wizards won their 5th straight game last night to move to 18-6 and keep their position as 2nd in the Eastern Conference. There were several talking points: be it Otto Porter's 1st career start, or John Wall tying his career high with 17 assists, however, one of the most notable was the 4th quarter surge that blew the game open for the Wizards. The surge came after a scrappy Timberwolves clawed their way back to cut the lead to as low as 3, thanks a terrific...
Washington Post Dec 17, 2014

DC Sports Bog: Michael Wilbon is angry that D.C. sports fans and media aren’t paying enough attention to the Wizards

The Wizards, who won their fifth straight game Tuesday, are now 13-2 at home and one win shy of matching their best overall start in franchise history. They boast one of the most exciting players in the NBA in strawberry milk-fueled Eastern Conference player of the week John Wall and they deserve more attention from fans and media members, according to ESPN’s Michael Wilbon.Read full article >>
Bullets Forever Dec 17, 2014

Rasual Butler shoots the lights out in Wizards' 109-95 win vs Timberwolves

Today's Wake-Up Call takes a look at Rasual Butler's hot hand in last night's win over Minnesota and whether or not John Wall is a serious MVP candidate. 1. John Wall, Rasual Butler take over, lead Wizards in win Wall had it all going last night. His jumper was falling early and with the help of 15th-man-turned-sixth-man Butler, he was able to rack up a career-tying 17 assists in the process. The Wizards are now 18-6 and rolling through their competition with sublime ball movement and hard-nosed defense. Also, Andre Miller attempted to throw down putback dunk. It was still legendary,...
Canis Hoopus Dec 16, 2014

Wizards sail by Timberwolves 109-95

John Wall dazzles as the Washington has little trouble downing Minnesota Flip Saunders knows John Wall pretty well. So when Wall opened up the Wizards' night against the Wolves with 5 points and 6 assists in the first six minutes, you have to believe that deep down inside, Flip knew the game was basically over already. Saunders was Wall's first NBA coach, back in 2010 when Wall was just an excitable kid out of Kentucky and Saunders was trying figure out the impossible: how to get past Gilbert Arenas going Hell on Wheels on his locker room, leaving him with a team built around the infamous...
CSN Washington Dec 16, 2014

Martell Webster interviews John Wall after the Wizards' win

Martell Webster took the microphone from CSN's Chris Miller after the Wizards' win over the Timberwolves and interviewed John Wall. It was hilarious.

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