View Full Version : When can I actually start doing the John Wall again?

P Harvy
11-12-2012, 03:41 AM
Is his play ever going to be acceptable enough for me to do the John Wall again?

I mean I'm not going to call him a bust but he's far underachieved his hype.

11-12-2012, 04:26 AM
He's definitely not where he should be. Maybe because he's on WASHINGTON

P Harvy
11-12-2012, 04:42 AM
If he was a superstar he would've made that team good...

11-12-2012, 07:55 AM
He hasn't even played yet this season?

His FG% is crazy low. He did improve slightly over his rookie season last year, but 42%? I mean, really? And he can't shoot hte 3-ball. And his assist-to-turnover ratio is like 2-1.... not very impressive. Last season Calderon got more assists, and 2 fewer turnovers per game. Nash got 2 more assists per game and slightly fewer turnovers, and Rodno got 3 more assists per game and few turnovers.

Obviously Nash and Rondo are the best in the game at what they do (along with CP3 obviously), and Calderon's assist-to-turover numbers are amazing, but if Wall wants to stay in this league, he's going to have to either bring up that FG% or not turn the ball over as much as he does.

Doing both poorly (shooting and passing)... doesn't warrant a roster spot let alone a starting position or a tag as a 'franchise player'.