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Apr 14, 2014
Rotoworld
John Wall was quiet against the Heat on Monday with four points, two boards, 13 assists, one steal and two turnovers.
Washington Post 20 hours ago

DC Sports Bog: Wizards’ Randy Wittman on frustrations and John Wall

Wizards Coach Randy Wittman criticized the play of Bradley Beal and John Wall after a 94-88 overtime loss to the Bobcats last week, which isn’t the type of thing that generates a whole lot of excitement about a team preparing to make its first playoff appearance in five years. Read full article >>
Rotoworld Apr 14, 2014

Where's Wall, though? John scores four in win - John Wall (G) Washington Wizards

John Wall was quiet against the Heat on Monday with four points, two boards, 13 assists, one steal and two turnovers.

John Wall evolves in role as scoring point guard for the Wizards

The prevailing feeling both inside and outside the Washington Wizards locker room is this: the team will only go as far as John Wall leads it. Such a burden is of course natural for a former No. 1 overall draft pick who signed a five-year, $80 million contract extension last summer. But Wall’s status as […]
Washington Post Apr 13, 2014

Wiz Insider: John Wall evolves in role as scoring point guard for the Wizards

The prevailing feeling both inside and outside the Washington Wizards locker room is this: the team will only go as far as John Wall leads it. Such a burden is of course natural for a former No. 1 overall draft pick who signed a five-year, $80 million contract extension last summer. But Wall’s status as franchise player stretches far beyond the figurative sense and into the statistical realm, where his leadership responsibilities have emerged in several categories this season. Read full article >>
Bullets Forever Apr 10, 2014

Magical Pixels, Wizards vs. Bobcats: Washington forgets to care about biggest game of the season

John Wall deemed his team's Battle For The Sixth Seed against the Bobcats the most important game of the season, but the Wizards certainly didn't treat it that way. Damnit, Wizards. Damnit. What's more #SoWizards than dubbing a game likely to determine your playoff seeding "the biggest" of the season and then coming out with all the energy of a grizzly bear in January? Stay tuned, because we'll probably find out once the playoffs start. Bank on it. Criminy. John Wall recorded this third career triple-double (14 points, 11 assists, 12 rebounds), Marcin Gortat scored 27 points to go with 14...
CSN Washington Apr 10, 2014

John Wall fends off question about taking trip to Dallas

John Wall traveled Monday and Tuesday to watch Kentucky play for the national title, before the Wizards' "biggest game of the season" vs. Charlotte.
CSN Washington Apr 10, 2014

Wake-up call: Wall, Beal come under scrutiny

The chemistry between John Wall and Bradley Beal isn't there, and when asked about their play coach Randy Wittman questioned their first-half effort in Wednesday's loss.
CSN Washington Apr 9, 2014

John Wall's off balance reverse layup (VIDEO)

John Wall hits tricky reverse layup off give-and-go from Gortat.
CSN Washington Apr 9, 2014

Report: Wall back on Team USA 'radar'

Back in January, Team USA's updated 24-man roster didn't include John Wall. Now there is an indication a future version might.
Washington Post Apr 9, 2014

Wiz Insider: Wizards’ John Wall on Charlotte Bobcats: “This is the biggest game”

Somehow, John Wall was able to fly to Dallas to watch Kentucky lose to Connecticut in Monday’s NCAA title game, fly back home to Washington by 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday, catch some sleep, wake up and go through practice in preparation for the most important game of the season. Read full article >>

Wizards’ John Wall on Charlotte Bobcats: “This is the biggest game”

Somehow, John Wall was able to fly to Dallas to watch Kentucky lose to Connecticut in Monday’s NCAA title game, fly back home to Washington by 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday, catch some sleep, wake up and go through practice in preparation for the most important game of the season. “It was easy,” Wall said. “Slept […]
CSN Washington Apr 8, 2014

Future GM John Wall concludes Napier is 1st-round pick

Shabazz Napier may be considered small for the NBA, but John Wall doesn't think it's much of a debate over whether or not he should be a first-round pick.
Washington Post Apr 8, 2014

DC Sports Bog: There were a lot of John Wall shots consumed last night

The John Wall shot was a popular order in Kentucky bars during Wall’s only season in Lexington. In 2010, Jim Bowden asked Wall about the concoction during a Fox Sports Radio interview before the Wizards made him the No. 1 pick. Obviously, Dan wrote about it: Read full article >>
Washington Post Apr 7, 2014

Wiz Insider: Wizards’ John Wall heads to Texas to support Kentucky in NCAA title game

John Wall usually takes time after practice to put up some extra shots or do ballhandling drills, and then he heads to the training room for ice and treatment. The process usually leaves Wall as one of the last players to leave the locker room, an hour or so after the team breaks huddle. Read full article >>

Wizards’ John Wall heads to Texas to support Kentucky in NCAA title game

John Wall usually takes time after practice to put up some extra shots or do ballhandling drills, and then he heads to the training room for ice and treatment.  The process usually leaves Wall as one of the last players to leave the locker room, an hour or so after the team breaks huddle. On […]

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