Is it really just a jump shot? Is that really all John Wall and Rajon Rondo are missing to have them make the next jump from good to great or maybe even great to amazing? This is what many believe. "If Rajon Rondo had a jumpshot you wouldn't be able to stop him" "What if John Wall could shoot? Can you imagine how dangerous he would be on offense?"
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When John Wall was picked number 1 overall in the 2010 draft, many at the time compared him to Derrick Rose, who has since risen to stardom. His development, however, has progressed slower than expected, and Wall is merely an above average point guard as of now. He still can't shoot, shooting about 30% on long 2's in both of his years in
The Wizards have solidified their young backcourt for the upcoming season, as restricted free agent Nick Young will sign a one-year qualifying offer worth $3.7 million. Young averaged 17.4 points per game the past season, being paired with John Wall should help soften the blow of the virtually non-existent preseason. He will be an
Brett Roberts and I have been working on other projects, which has pushed our lists of the top 200 players to ever play in the NBA to the side for a short time. But, we're back with the next installment of 139-120. This segment of my list includes a couple current players, guards, big men, players from back in the day and the superstars we
I hear a lot of gossip or personal opinions from other basketball fans and read what professional players, and world renown commentators have to say. Every once in awhile someone makes an absurd statement that must be addressed and put on blast. Next up...Jordan Crawford. The Washington Wizard's guard responded on Twitter to tweet by Michael
We've now covered the entire Eastern Conference amnesty clause candidates. We're moving on to the West now, where we'll see which teams have the real albatross contracts, and which teams have been careful and prudent in building their roster (see: OKC). The amnesty clause is going to benefit some teams more than others, and we'll see who