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Bullets Forever May 25, 2016

John Wall receives six votes in All-Defensive Team voting

The NBA released the results of this year's All-Defensive team voting and as expected, John Wall took a big tumble in voting after being named 2nd Team All-Defense last season. Last season, Wall earned seven votes for First Team All-Defense and 53 for Second Team All-Defense. This time around, Wall only earned six votes, all for second-team: NBA All-Defensive teams are here: pic.twitter.com/RgtwkhD8Ir — Jeremy Woo (@JeremyWoo) May 25, 2016 According to the NBA's press release, Wall's votes came from Steve Buckhantz (the Wizards' TV play-by-play announcer), Phil Chenier (the...
Bullets Forever May 18, 2016

Make sure you get your vote in for John Wall for the NBA Community Assist Award

LAST DAY TO VOTE #JohnWall #NBACommunityAward by midnight tonight! John Wall has had a lot of support for the #NBACommunityAward. Ranging from sponsors to other local DC athletes, here is a review of some of the biggest foundations/stars behind John Wall and his efforts in the community. He has done so much for the community, ranging from light the night DC, giveaways for Thanksgiving, Prom Tux giveaways and so much more! Help @SeanJohn vote #JohnWall #NBACommunityAssist award! Thnx@Johnwall for all you do. RT to VOTE pic.twitter.com/Loe0UPpHU3 — Sean John (@seanjohn) May 9,...
Bullets Forever May 18, 2016

Alan Anderson had a season to forget for the Wizards

Alan Anderson was brought to Washington to step in and fill the gap left behind from Paul Pierce and provide John Wall with the mentorship needed to advance his game. Unfortunately, the Wizards paid a much higher premium for his services than they expected. He earned $307,692.31 for every game he took the floor this season, and the highlight of his season probably came in Portland when he got ejected after a scuffle with Gerald Henderson. He turned in career lows for free-throw percentage, field goal percentage, minutes, and games played. His handshake and suit game were on point but that...
Bullets Forever May 6, 2016

Top Stories of the Week: John Wall's Cleveland bound while the Mystics start playing preseason games

The weather this week in Washington has sucked in the first week of May. To be honest, it has rained every day since April 27. That is nine straight days of measurable rain. And according to Jason Samenow of The Washington Post's Capital Weather Gang, it won't slow down this weekend. No wonder why this week seemed soooooo slow. And this goes for both Wizards and Mystics news.... Until Thursday when ALL THE WIZARDS NEWS HIT US because John Wall was Cleveland-bound. Let's go through the Top Stories of the Week. John Wall enjoyed his trip to Cleveland and sat courtside for a Cavs-Hawks playoff...
Bullets Forever May 5, 2016

Bill Simmons goaded Colin Cowherd into kinda apologizing to John Wall

Colin Cowherd has a history of saying unflattering things about John Wall. We don't need to revisit all of them, but here's an example. On Thursday, Bill Simmons (who previously called him out on his podcast for being wrong about Wall) confronted him about his stance on Wall, which you can watch below: .@BillSimmons finally gets @ColinCowherd to apologize to John Wall. #TheHerdhttps://t.co/2NX6Ifh87p — Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) May 5, 2016 The best part comes right as Simmons brings up the subject and Cowherd's face scrunches up like someone who was just informed their cat...
Bullets Forever May 5, 2016

John Wall says undergoing procedure will help him reach "full potential" in video

Before he underwent surgery on Thursday, John Wall shared some thoughts about his procedure to Uninterrupted: BREAKING: @JohnWall speaks just moments before knee surgery.https://t.co/SgRTB4NoBA — UNINTERRUPTED (@uninterrupted) May 5, 2016 The interesting part comes at the 15 second mark when he says the following: This is something important that I need to get taken care of to prepare myself for next season, to come back even better and stronger. It's something that's been lagging me the last couple of years not helping me reach my full potential. No excuses though, whenever I step...
Bullets Forever May 5, 2016

Wizards announce John Wall undergoes procedure on both knees, not expected to miss time next season

There was some confusion as to why John Wall was at the Cavaliers-Hawks game on Wednesday night. Now, we have an answer, and it's not the one people were probably expecting: He was in town for surgery, as the team announced today: The Washington Wizards announced that guard John Wall underwent a successful procedure today to excise calcific deposits in his left patella tendon in order to eliminate pain and assist healing. He will begin the rehabilitation process immediately and is expected to be available for the start of the 2016-17 season. Wall also underwent an arthroscopic lavage on...

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