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To end the half yesterday John Wall demonstrated a little on court wizardry to give Washington a 17 point lead going into the locker room in the Wizards game 4 playoff game against the Indiana Pacers.

Paul George had Trevor Ariza on an iso near the top of the key and crossed Ariza over getting to the rim.

Fortunately for NBA fans, George went too early and had his shot blocked by Nene leaving enough time on the clock for Wall to complete a spectacular coast-to-coast behind the back left handed finish:



Paul George absolutely redeemed himself in the second half, though, outscoring the Wizards entire starting five when he amassed 28 of his playoff career high 39.

Wall's play is very representative of where the Wizards are as an organization.

Spectacular at times, the Wizards are still a year if not 2 away from making a serious run at the Eastern Conference Finals as a result of their youth.

Wall is just 23 years old and his back court running mate Bradley Beal is just 20 meaning their youthful athleticism can be jaw droppingly spectacular on the floor.

Unfortunately for Wizards fans, their playoff inexperience can also be spectacularly frustrating at times as it was yesterday.

Clint Corey 5/12/2014 12:26:00 PM Edit
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