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Topic - John Wall
Christmas Day has become the unofficial tip-off to the NBA season. With all the buzz building around Wall, Beal and Pierce, the Wizards have a shot at being on one of the five national TV games.
Both John Wall and Bradley Beal are attempting to make the Team USA roster for the FIBA Basketball World Cup.
Could the chemistry between John Wall and Bradley Beal give them a boost as Team USA selects its roster? They talked about it in Vegas. Watch here.
Stephen Curry plays point guard. He didn't on Day One of Team USA's training camp. Where he plays going forward likely plays a role on whether John Wall or Bradley Beal make World Cup roster.
Looking at John Wall and Bradley Beal on day one of Team USA's training camp with a back-to-school theme.
Following withdrawals by Kevin Love and Blake Griffin, Team USA added Atlanta's Paul Millsap to their roster. He John Wall, Bradley Beal and 16 other players in Las Vegas on Monday.
Because of the uncertainty over his NBA future, Kevin Love told USA Basketball he's out for next month's World Cup of Basketball, which adds uncertainty to Team USA's roster.
Two members of the Washington Wizards will rank among the top 50 highest paid players in the NBA next season. You have to look west to find out who's number one.
It's official: John Wall is back with Team USA. The Wizards point guard commented on the late-but-better-than-never invitation.
Now that John Wall will join Bradley Beal for Team USA workouts, can the Wizards' backcourt actually make the team. The Magic-8 ball says they've got a shot.
John Wall will reportedly join Bradley Beal in as a member of Team USA for workouts next week in advance of the World Cup of Basketball.
Summer, like the MLB season, is halfway over, and the past seven days have been pretty busy. Between the final World Cup match, MLB All Star break, and NBA roster changes, there was a lot to keep up with, so in case you missed it here is what happened this week in social media.
Apparently Marcin Gortat liked the idea of John Wall breaking the news of the big man's signing on Twitter seeing as he did the same to another teammate on Friday.
Add former Wizard and 18-year NBA veteran Jerry Stackhouse to the list of those praising the Wizards' addition of Paul Pierce. "He can still put it in the basket."
Andre Miller's $4.6 million option has been activated and the Wizards are still in the market for another point guard for depth behind the 38-year-old.
But afterward, he said he doesn't see himself strictly as a two with this team.
"I play both," he said. "I'm obviously better equipped [than the others] to play the two, but I can push in transition and initiate the offense if I need to. I got to be able to do both and guard both positions as well."