Paul Pierce walked onto the court for media day wearing a No. 34 Washington Wizards jersey, complete with a red sweatband on his forehead and a red wristband pulled almost all the way up to his left elbow.
Yesterday RGIII called out John Wall in the #IceBucketChallenge. And John Wall called out RGIII in the #IceBucketChallenge. But who was first?
The buzz in this city is palpable at the mere thought the hometown hero would return to his roots and play for the Wizards in 2016.
John Wall has reportedly accepted an invitation to attend USA Basketball’s training camp in Las Vegas next week, according to Marc Stein of ESPN, who reports the team has wanted Wall in camp for weeks.
John Wall recently tweeted out a link to a highlight video, which has everything you’ll need to get your adrenaline soaring through the roof heading into next season.
John Wall plays for the Washington Wizards and once threw out the first pitch at a Washington Nationals game.
John Wall has added “Sean John” to his growing list of endorsements. Here’s more on that, along with photos and videos, from his recent photo shoot for the “Dream Big” lines in New York City.
John Wall realizes he was left off the All-NBA first, second and third teams, and has a list of the point guards who did make it posted to his refrigerator for motivation.
The Washington Wizards’ future revolves around John Wall and Bradley Beal. Now the team has to decide who else will tag along.
It’s unclear exactly when John Wall got his mojo back. Maybe it started on the plane ride to Indianapolis.