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best team for john wall

wats the perfect fit for him
does he fit in raptors?


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yes, but jose needs to be

yes, but jose needs to be gone first .

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Memphis

Or Philly would be perfect... Indiana needs a PG too...

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New YorK & Memphis would be

New YorK & Memphis would be the best fits, but NY obviously cant get him, and Memphis' probably wont win the lottery

It sucks to know it wherever he goes might already be in a good PG situation
The teams that are in position to get him, NJ has Harris
MIN has Flynn & Sessions
Philly has AI and Jrue,
G-State has Ellis, Curry, Watson
and Utah has...

Lottery day will be interesting...

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philly and indiana are the

philly and indiana are the lottery teams that would need him the most .

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Nets draft Wall, trade

Nets draft Wall, trade Harris for a legit PF

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i would say either the nets

i would say either the nets or the pacers. the nets because well, they suck, and the pacers because they have a bunch of shooters but no one who drives a lot to kick it out to them.

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Pacers clearly, why do the

Pacers clearly, why do the nets need him so bad they have an All-Star in Devin Harris, Pacers have TJ Ford and Earl Watson.

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John Wall

He's real good, but to play devil's advocate more so I have questions on him

What's his character like? Can he run an NBA offense by being a pass first shoot second point guard??

What about turning the ball over? He turns it over a lot and tries to get by on his athleticism that won't cut it in the NBA.

Lastly, is he coachable?? John Calipari has had many players that are "NBA Ready" and get by and do well on all of there physical gifts in the college game, but that does not mean a player is coachable. While like the rest of you guys know that John Wall is a great talent and the likely #1 pick in the 2010 draft with a high ceiling and amazing physical gifts. These are questions that should be considered.

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Best fit would probably be

Best fit would probably be NY, Atlanta, Houston, or Orlando. But none of these teams can get him.

Best possible fit is the Clippers. They are a long shot but could end up with the #1 pick. Baron is great but on his way out and always battling injuries. It would also be great for him with endorsements to play in LA. They have some good pieces already and Wall at the point could catapult them into the playoffs.

1-Wall
2-Gordon
3-Thornton
4-Griffin
5-Kaman

very solid lineup. They will need an upgrade at the 3 but this could be very exciting.

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