Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by Commodore, Jan 14, 2013.
*Allowed inside pass
*Bad block attempt
*Good shot defense
His reaction right as he lands to jump back up again was incredibly quick.
teabagged and blocked in one play.
Wow. Getting up for that second jump right after he's already jumped is very difficult. I still remember that one dunk he had on the Rockets, even though the basket didn't count.
lol i found that hilarious:grin:
Horrible straight up D, but is forgiven due to one of the best blocks of 2000. Haha!
Should be mentioned that Wall completely broke Smith's ankles during the 4th as well.
Just like they drew it up.
that was jeff teague
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Wall got his payback
John Wall is a physical freak. Unfortunately he has been poorly handled and is not developing like he should.
the rockets could try and get ish smith and glen davis from the magic..
he would be a bridge PF for the meanwhile until we find a second superstar and a decent tradable contract if that opportunity comes along
and most importantly hes a productive player on the inside which this team sorely lacks
Dish Smith strikes again!
I still wouldn't mind having him on the team, always liked him.
He hasn't got a jump-shot is the problem. He's still a talented player with high upside nonetheless. Wizards aren't the best franchise, but they have tried to surround him with talent. Drafted Bradley Beal which is an ideal complementary back-court partner, uprooted a lot of talented players that were contributing to the 'toxic environment' and brought in Nene for veteran presence and a talented big to pair with him.
pass that to the left
Didn't he dunk on Eric Bledsoe the previous game?
Does anyone know how his game and development are coming along?
i kinda miss him now