In a never-ending quest to play in as many summer league games as possible, John Wall has signed up for one more. Wall confirmed that he will play in Impact Basketball's NBA-only summer league in Las Vegas in September, according to Michael Lee of the Washington Post.
The "league" is being dubbed a series of organized training sessions with famed Las Vegas trainer Joe Abunassar, but that is merely semantics. Essentially, it will be a league for pros, with a maximum of 64 players competing on eight different teams starting September 12 in Las Vegas. Wall is one of many pros who seem committed to the league. Others include Blake Griffin, Kevin Durant, Rudy Gay and Chauncey Billups.
Wall is also trying his best to convince a number of his teammates to join his squad, with Nick Young and Jordan Crawford in the mix as players who have trained with Abunassar in the past.
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