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Topic - Hanif Hill
John Wall is certainly racking up frequent-flier miles. Wall joined a few of his Wizards teammates, including JaVale McGee, Jordan Crawford and Rashard Lewis, in an Impact Basketball "lockout league" game on Wednesday in Las Vegas.
"A lot of guys approached me about wanting to play in this game," Hill said. "I have more than enough guys that wanted to be involved."
"I've trained Kevin on and off for about four years," Hill said. "I know these guys are following what's going on with the lockout, and the news doesn't look good right now, but the main thing is that they just want to play. That's why there's so much interest in games like this."