Predicting the Top-5 Point Guards for the 2014-15 NBA Season

John Wall


4. John Wall:

2013-14 stats: 19.3 PPG on 43.3 FG%, 8.8 APG, 1.8 SPG, 4.1 RPG

Overview: John Wall is quietly becoming an elite point guard. He is an elite athlete and a great ball-handler, passer, and on-ball defender. Wall is still a below-average shooter, but he is getting better. He shot 26.7% from 3 during the 2012-13 season; he was 35.1% from 3 last season. If Wall continues to improve his jump shot, he will become almost impossible to guard. Defenders will be forced to play up on him and he’ll just use his blazing-speed to blow by them. I expect Wall to continue to improve his jumper, which will make him even that much better. He also needs to limit the turnovers, as he averaged 3.6 turnovers per game last year. This is something he will definitely need to improve on if the Wizards want to contend in the East. I expect John Wall to continue to improve and put up better numbers than last year, and he will be known as the best point guard in the Eastern Conference.

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