Wednesday, November 27th, 2013 at 9:00 am  |  10 responses

John Wall Throws Down 360 Dunk on the Lakers (VIDEO)

Spin cycle.

Of John Wall’s 31 points in a Tuesday night win against the visiting Lakers, the two you see above were the most spectacular. (Wall also threw in 9 assists, as the Wizards took home a 116-111 win.)

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  • i_ball

    He is picking it up

  • 360

    Great Wall balling now, bout a month late but we’ll take it

  • shockexchange

    John Wall makes the Shock Exchange eat his words http://clicky.me/7lys

  • Stepfan Raiford

    Uh oh. John Wall feeling himself. Stay humble. It’s only been three games. probasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/11/27/john-wall-im-the-best-point-guard-in-the-league/

  • shockexchange

    John Wall smokin’ that “Cassius Clay.” In the Shock Exchange’s opinion, if the Wizards make the playoffs this year then we all have to give Wall his due.

  • Stepfan Raiford

    I’m a bias Wizards fan and I don’t even consider him the best PG in the league. The east is in shambles right now and they have a chance to make some noise and make the playoffs, but its still early.

  • shockexchange

    He’s not the best PG … far from it. However, if he leads this Wizards team into the playoffs, you have to consider him a “hunting dog” and no longer in that 2nd tier of PGs. The Shock Exchange watched the Wizards v. Knicks game. Based on athleticism alone, there was no Knicks PG who could guard Wall. He basically did whatever he wanted, whenever he wanted.

  • Stepfan Raiford

    And last night, but he needs to play like this against the top PG in the game, then he can be in the conversation.

  • Butternuts

    Shock do you really consider Wall leading a fairly talented Wiz team, in an utterly abysmal Eastern Conference, to the Playoffs enough to be warrant the ever so coveted title of ‘Hunting Dog’.

    I mean I love the hunting dog analagies, I just seem to remember other guys needing to do more then just make the PO to get to that killer kanine echelon. I could be wrong, and I could’ve been high, but let’s hear it.

  • shockexchange

    The Wizards have had some key injuries, so Wall gets the benefit of the doubt on that. Also the mere fact that he endured Andray Blatche, Nick Young, and Javale McGee without losing his mind – that alone makes him an honorary hunting dog.