John Wall: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
In the last four games of the season, John Wall had at least 12 assists in each game. Wall is the only player not named Rajon Rondo or Steve Nash to have a streak that long this year.
John Wall averaged .9 blocks per game this season. Wall is one of eight players to play in all 66 games this year and have at least that many blocked shots. Wall is the only guard on that list of players and the only player under 6’9″.
John Wall, Blake Griffin and Kevin Durant were the only players this season to start all 66 games for their teams and play at least 36 minutes per game.
Eight players in the NBA attempted at least 850 shots and had a field goal percent of 43% or worse. Two of those players were Washington Wizards John Wall and Jordan Crawford. The Wizards are the only team with two players on that list.
There were two NBA players this season that attempted at least 20 three-pointers and made less than 10% of those. Wall hit 34 three-pointers last year and made almost 30% of his attempts. John Wall improved or stayed close to the same in every statistical category from his rookie to sophomore season except his three point shooting which fell from 30% to 7%.