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Shook Ankles: It’s Too Early To Give Up On John Wall

 

His start has been so rough to the point where professional evaluators are now claiming they’d rather start a team with Ricky Rubio. Others are declaring he should’ve gone into track. No disrespect to the phenomenal rookie in Minnesota, but I beg to disagree with both of these claims. In the land of immediate reaction and over-evaluation, the standings of a No. 1 overall draft pick should not be judged by the first 10 games of a training camp-less season. It makes no sense. The expectations weren’t too high, and he hasn’t lit the court on fire, but John Wall will be fine. The situation he’s in—with no veteran voice and very few selfless attitudes—could not be worse. But patience is a virtue, and John Wall will prove it.

 

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