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Thursday, November 18, 2010

NBA Fantasy 2010 – 11 Player Review: John Wall

John Wall - Player Review
You are actually looking at a future Jason Kidd with the mix of Derrick Rose. He can score he can dish an assist and he can rebound. He has the athleticism like Derrick Rose that is why he is an effective slasher. His athleticism also allows him to dish more assists since he can drive the defense away from other players.

Washington Wizards is really lucky to get him at the first pick in the first round of the 2010 NBA draft pick. John Wall as a basketball fantasy player is really excellent. He can help you out in points, assists, steals and even rebounds. He is only in his rookie year so you will see a lot more from him in the NBA and in player review articles. The only problem for him right now is his health because he have been pushing his body to the limit.

John Wall was listed in the injured list (Day to Day) last November 16, 2010. He already missed 3 games so far and that is a big loss for NBA Fantasy players. To know what you are losing from him, this is his stats from October 27, 2010 to November 13, 2010.

John Wall (Oct. 27, 2010 – Nov. 13, 2010)
18.1 PPG | 4.0 RPG | 9.8 APG | 3.3 SPG | 0.9 3PM/G

He is one of the best Point Guards in the NBA and in player reviews today, almost averaging a double-double in his first season. He also contributes 3.3 steals per game which is a big loss for a basketball fantasy team. When it comes to a fantasy team it is easier to find a substitute for an offensive player but it is hard to find one for a defensive player.

He is not yet healthy to get back on the floor so he will be missing some games this week. Hopefully, when he would be listed again in the Washington Wizards line-up he would maintain a healthy body. It may affect his stats but because of his young legs, his stats won’t go down that much. Expect him to have a good final stats this 2010 – 11 season.

John Wall (NBA Fantasy Review stat average prediction for 2010 – 11)
17.5 PPG | 4.2 RPG | 9.0 APG | 2.5 SPG | 1.0 3PM/G

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