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Pat Mayo sits down with SB Nation’s James Herbert and asks the tough questions about the 2013-14 NBA season. Can the Pacers top the Heat this year? Is John Wall better than Kyrie Irving? Could they look any more similar? Basically, we’re giving you an unmatched hour of NBA analysis jam packed with enough insight, we promise you’ll never lose an argument about basketball ever again.
John Wall — Unmarketable Tattooed Thug* — Broke Down While Talking About His Mom At His Max-Deal Press Conference
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John Wall the Washington Wizards player has nearly 760,000 Twitter followers. John Wall the dog? No Twitter account: does not have opposable thumbs. Yet the two still made a Twitter connection today. America.
“What’s your shoe size? Before you answer, can I guess?” “Can you do the dougie?” “Who is your celebrity crush?” These are real questions. Or, at the very least, better than the run-of-the-mill cliche-feeding that invariably takes over ever pre and postgame press conference. Things are better when De’La, our intrepid “junior reporter” for the Washington Wizards, has the mic in her hands. Right, Marty?
Wizards guard John Wall and Magic guard Ish Smith exchanged a pair of fine plays in the Wizards’ 120-91 drubbing of the Magic Monday night. All this from a Wizards-Magic game, seriously.
Things can’t get worse for a 3-18 basketball team, you say? Let’s examine the Washington Wizards. They are said 3-18 team, and by most accounts have nowhere to go but up. But budding young point guard John Wall, who hasn’t played a game yet this season, might be shut down for good thanks to new-found complications in a left knee injury.
John Wall was once a phenom playing high school basketball. At Reebok’s Breakout Challenge, Wall found himself staring down a new rising high school hoops star. So a game of one-on-one — and trash talking one-upmanship — was necessary. [h/t Dan Devine's Twitter]