NBA Lines- John Wall: The Next Derrick Rose
After being the number one overall draft pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, John Wall has lived up to every expectation of future stardom.
Although last season’s performance was slightly outshined by Blake Griffin’s Rookie of the Year honoring season, John Wall will have himself a break out year in 2011.
John Wall averaged 16.4 points and 8.3 assists per game in 2011, demonstrating that Wall’s rookie season was actually more productive than Derrick Rose’s rookie year.
Rose, the current league MVP, averaged 16.8 points and 6.3 assists in his inaugural season. John Wall also averaged one more steals and rebound than Derrick Rose.
John Wall is considered one of the fastest players with the ball in his hands in NBA Lines. He has been developing his jumper and shows much promise to have a standout year.
Furthermore, with his surrounding cast maturing, Wall will find it easier to create and make the necessary plays a star point guard could do. Nick Young and Jordan Crawford are two streaky guards who can score when given the opportunity, with John Wall’s distribution skills the Wizards could excel.
Wall could easily turn in to an automatic 20 and 10 point guard in the near future. Expect to see John Wall make great strides in the NBA Lines 2011-12 season.