7:32 AM EDT, Fri May 22, 2015
CSN Washington 12 hours ago

No excuses: John Wall deserves All-NBA over Kyrie Irving

The voters got it wrong by not putting Wizards point guard John Wall on the All-NBA teams. Including Kyrie Irving above him makes it that much worse.
Washington Post 18 hours ago

Wiz Insider: John Wall left off all-NBA teams

On Wednesday, John Wall received word that he was named to the NBA’s all-defensive second team. It was the first individual recognition for the Washington Wizards this season. And it turns out it will be the only individual honor for Washington after the league released its three all-NBA teams on Thursday and Wall was not on any of them.Read full article >>
Bullets Forever 19 hours ago

John Wall not named to 2014-15 All-NBA teams

John Wall had an outstanding season. He was voted as a starter in the All Star Game, was voted as a second team All-Defensive selection by the media earlier in the week, finished second in the NBA in assists per game behind Chris Paul, had the ninth-most steals this season, and led the Wizards to their best record since the seventies. But it wasn't enough to get John Wall an All-NBA selection this season. Here's a breakdown of who made all three teams: First Team Second Team Third Team Stephen Curry Chris Paul Kyrie Irving James Harden Russell Westbrook Klay Thompson LeBron...
Bullets Forever May 20, 2015

John Wall named to NBA's All-Defensive second team

It's official: John Wall has arrived as a defensive superstar in the NBA. John Wall was named to the NBA's All-Defensive second team Wednesday afternoon after receiving seven first-team votes 53 for second-team. Chris Paul, Tony Allen, and Jimmy Butler were the only guards to appear on more media members' ballots than Wall in this year's voting. For all the talk about how John Wall has improved this season with his jumper and controlling the tempo as a point guard, Wall's biggest jump came on the defensive end this season, so it's nice to see Wall's efforts being rewarded. Plus, it's...
Washington Post May 20, 2015

Wiz Insider: John Wall named to NBA’s all-defensive second team

Throughout the year, Washington Wizards Coach Randy Wittman described point guard John Wall as the head of the snake, not just offensively, but as the first line of defense for a team that broke into the top five in defensive efficiency this season. Wall’s defensive exploits often take a back seat to his offensive talents but they were recognized Wednesday when he was named to the NBA all-defensive second team.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 20, 2015

NBA honors John Wall for defensive prowess

After a stellar season on the defensive end, the NBA honored John Wall for his prowess without the ball.
CSN Washington May 18, 2015

PHOTO: John Wall's injured left hand still badly swollen

John Wall does not expect to need surgery to repair his hand injury, but the area is still badly swollen. Take a look here.
Washington Post May 18, 2015

Wiz Insider: John Wall to see hand specialist this week

Like so many of his teammates echoed Monday afternoon as the Washington Wizards filed in and out of meetings one final time before dispersing for the offseason, John Wall is certain the Wizards would still be alive in the playoffs if he hadn’t fractured his left hand and wrist in five places.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 18, 2015

John Wall likely to avoid off-season wrist surgery

John Wall has to get looked at by doctors again, either this week or next, to make sure the left wrist injury he played with hasn't gotten worse.
Bullets Forever May 16, 2015

Video: John Wall and Bradley Beal disappointed about the Wizards' second round loss

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CSN Washington May 15, 2015

With game on the line, Hawks make this switch on John Wall

John Wall isn't troubled by his lack of production late in Game 5, when he failed to score a point and generate only one assist.
CSN Washington May 15, 2015

Wall addresses Game 6 status, Hawks' threats to hurt him

John Wall had tests done to make sure no further damage was done to his broken left wrist and is confident, despite attempts to rattle him, for Game 6.
Washington Post May 15, 2015

Wizards need the best John Wall can offer in Game 6

John Wall is expected to play in Game 6 for the Washington Wizards in their must-win game against the Atlanta Hawks, who lead the series 3-2.With multiple fractures in his left hand and wrist, the Wizards’ all-star point guard made an unexpected start in Game 5, playing 37 minutes with 15 points, seven assists, four rebounds, four steals and two blocks. But more importantly, he is a significant upgrade over Ramon Sessions and Will Bynum and he changes the complexion of a game, starting with his passing — which is so good he doesn’t even need to use his eyes.Read full article >>
Washington Post May 14, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Wizards’ John Wall outfits four local high school seniors for prom

Wizards point guard and aspiring NBA fashion icon John Wall partnered with Sean John to outfit four Eleanor Roosevelt seniors with tuxedos for their May 22 prom.The four students are members of Future Leaders and Young Entrepreneurs (FLYE), a nonprofit organization that “equips minority males with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to succeed in any arena of life.”Read full article >>
Bullets Forever May 14, 2015

The Wizards could not figure out the Hawks ball pressure in the fourth quarter of Game 5

The Wizards couldn't close out a team that failed to score for the first six minutes of the fourth quarter. How did it happen? Because Atlanta decided to ramp up the ball pressure. There's not any one play that led to Washington dropping a critical Game 5 on Wednesday. For every misstep Nene took in that fourth quarter — be it him not boxing out Horford or missing a baby hook from three feet that would've tied the game with 90 seconds to go — there's a play earlier that could be deemed just as important. There was John Wall's inability to handle Atlanta's full court press, which led to...

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