John Wall Gets Career-High 18 Assists in Just 29 Minutes Vs The Knicks
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“There’s just so much that he can do,” Bradley Beal said of John Wall after a 14 point win over the Knicks. “I mean, he can score the ball, then tonight he had a thousand assists. You never know which John you’re going to get. You may have a John who gets 30 rebounds tomorrow.”
So John is like a box of chocolate to Bradley Gump and he didn’t exactly have a thousands assists but it felt that way. Wall finished with a career-high 18 in just 29 minutes.
“Everybody on my team was just trying to tell me to get 20 (assists),” Wall said. “One of my goals is to get 20 (in a game). I keep falling short.”
He might have fell short but he did have the assist of the night when he made this spinning pass to Gortat.
He did struggle from the floor, missing 10 of his 13 shots, but did make this nice bucket.