John Wall recently became the latest high-profile DC-area baller to hoop at the famous Goodman League, and he put on a show. Afro.com (via DC Sports Bog) reports: “When both teams score well into the 100s in a matchup at Washington, D.C.’s streetball Goodman League, some NBA players must have joined in on the action. That was the case July 2, when Washington Wizards star John Wall teamed up with the Baltimore’s Finest squad to take out the Sweat Mob, 133-118, in the headliner game held at Spingarn High School in Northeast, D.C. Wall, 20, showed off the freak athleticism that made him the No. 1 pick in the 2010 NBA draft, speeding up and down the court to score a game-high 41 points. He even showed off a long-range jumper that he’s been working on this offseason, one of his weaker areas that needed improvement. A few three-pointers in the first half helped Baltimore’s Finest leap out to a 74-56 lead at halftime. ‘I’ve been working on it, so I’m getting more comfortable [shooting from range],’ Wall told the AFRO. ‘I just have to keep working and working.’”