Something needs to be said for the accomplishment Washington Wizards guard John Wall pulled off on Wednesday in the Impact Basketball League out in Las Vegas. Wall has mostly been playing with a team full of Wizards players like JaVale McGee, Jordan Crawford, Rashard Lewis and others. On Wednesday, though, he one-upped everyone by suiting up for another team in a game right after his Wizards team played. Via Michael Lee:â†µ
Wall played two games in less than four hours, finishing with 74 points, 16 assists and 13 rebounds — an even more startling performance when you consider that the teams played 32-minute games.â†µ
All that in a few hours' work. Wow. For the tournament, Wall is averaging 40.8 points per game. That's an average, folks. Really, the worst part about a long NBA lockout for D.C. sports fans is that they won't be able to see Wall do all this in a real game.