Washington Wizards Guard John Wall Dominates “Lockout League”
As you all know if you have been following the NBA recently, the league is in flux as it is in the midst of a lockout. As a result, a bevy of NBA players are participating in alternate street league, although aside from Kobe Bryant and Kevin Durant, the street circuit has lacked big names – excluding yesterday.
Washington Wizards point guard and 2010 number one draft pick John Wall made an appearance at the Impact Competitive Training Series, now nicknamed as the “lockout league.”
Wall joined Toronto Raptors shooting guard Demar DeRozan, Philadelphia 76ers center Marresse Speights, and Sacramento Kings power forward J.J. Hickson at the lockout league.
According to reports, Wall’s knee looks to be healthy judging from his performance as he boasted an improved jump shot as well as athleticism.
Wall posted a statistic line of 42 points, 9 assists, as well as 8 rebounds.
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