Washington Wizards: How Can John Wall Improve?

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse

Apr 27, 2014; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards guard John Wall (2) celebrates on the court against the Chicago Bulls in the closing second of the fourth quarter in game four of the first round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Verizon Center. The Wizards won 98-89. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

The point guard position may be as stacked as it has ever been. Night in and night out you need solid point guard to win in this league.

The Wizards didn’t have that solid play consistently over the last couple years. Whether it was injuries or lack of experience, it just wasn’t always there.

Until last year when John Wall broke out of his shell and played like one of the best guards in the NBA.

He was the Wizards’ best player all season in what was the brightest year for a gloomy franchise. Wall averaged 19.3 points per game while dishing 8.8 assist, grabbing 4.1 rebounds, and swiping 1.8 steals per game.

He was monumental in both Bradley Beal and Trevor Ariza career years. Wall made himself an All-Star and is now in the top-five point guard conversation among many.

However, no superstar gets complacent and there are still areas to improve upon for Wall. What are they?

Want more from Hoops Habit?  
Subscribe to FanSided Daily for your morning fix.
Enter your email and stay in the know.

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse

comments powered by Disqus