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Current teams that have a shot at John Wall and that would be the best fit.

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Current teams that have a shot at John Wall and that would be the best fit.

Nets: they have the best chance of getting the number one pick and the obvious choice is John Wall.

Minnesota: I don't know about Minnesota. They already Flynn who is looking to be a good solid guard, Rubio's rights, and Sessions but I'll still say they will draft Wall.

Golden State: This team has too many shooters. Do they really take Wall if they get the 1st pick? Team already has Stephen Curry, Monta Ellis, Morrow. I say they will since the team has no true point guard and I see them trading Ellis for a big man if it happens.

Washington: This team is a mess. We all thought this team would do some damage in the East but that totally wasn't the deal. With basically everyone on the team on the trading block, I'm guessing the team is rebuilding. This team is loaded with guards though, so for now I'll say no and that they will trade the pick.

Sacramento: Pretty sure Evans has proven he can lead his team already so i don't think Wall will go here.

Indiana: John Wall is the answer for Larry Bird and the Pacers. TJ Ford is not. A team with already established scorer in Granger and Roy Hibbert's improvement this team will easily make the playoffs in the east with starting 5 of Hibbert, Murphy/Hansbrough, Granger, Rush, and Wall.

Philadephia: This team has a lot of young guys with bright futures and I think John Wall will be the difference between a lottery team and a playoff team.

Detroit: Rodney Stuckey is not the answer. The team has no superstar until John Wall arrives.

Utah: Nope. They already have an all star point guard ( at least he should be in the all star game) named Deron Williams, So if they get the 1st pick they probably get Evan Turner or draft John Wall and trade pick for a well needed player.

Milwaukee: Brandon Jennings have shown he has the tools to be a star in this league and drafting John Wall in the same team would definitely bring people to the seats but they need someone to replace Michael Redd. Someone like Evan Turner or Wes Johnson.

LA Clippers: Imagine John Wall, Blake Griffin, and Eric Gordon on the same team in Hollywood. Might become the team to replace the Lakers in California once Kobe is done.

New Orleans: John Wall is not Chris Paul. I'm sure New Orleans is looking for someone like Evan Turner.

Oklahoma City: John Wall with Durant and Westbrook? Thats not even fair. They need a big man but thats hard to pass up. I say they trade the pick.

Memphis: Wall is an upgrade over Conley. Thats really their only weakness in their starting 5. If Rudy Gay stays then a lineup of Gasol, Randolph, Gay, Mayo, and Wall will be the new top team in the Southwest Division.


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if he goes to

if he goes to memphis that lineup would be SCARY....but i think that Washington(esspecially if they lose arenas) or Detroit will be the best fit for him... i dont know about nets i think that they would be the new clipers in this decade...

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me personally, being a

me personally, being a grizzly fan, im hoping we're not in a position to draft wall lol
cuz tht means we not in the playoffs!but hey if we didnt make it and pulled a chicago bulls to win the #1 pick, id be dissappointed but ecstatic!

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I have

I have a sneaking suspicion that Philly or Detroit is gonna get the #1 pick this year guys...

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f the W's get Wall Curry will be traded with Andris for a big

Wall and Curry are both points and Ellis plays best with a big point. It wouldnt be the smart move to keep to starting points and losing your starting 2 or Curry comes off the bench...FYI Wall isn't a shooter @ guy with the Durant pic (sorry forgot the name) lol that happens to me on the lottery thing on espn all the time

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detroit

honestly, ive defended stuckey playing the point, but he isn't natural there. haveing wall would be great. both could play either guard position, and that would make rip or gordon quite expendable for a proven big man. I think detroit is one of those teams that is good and with just one or two peices, won't just be in the playoffs, but could contend. they just can't put it together. kinda like the clips could be with more experience, or memphis. one of those exciting teams u don't know wether they'll come back from 20, or vice versa. i can't wait to see

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when I said shooter I meant

when I said shooter I meant a lot of shooting guards/sf. I mean Ellis is not a point guard. Takes too many shots to get his point average. Backcourt of Curry and Wall is better imo than Ellis/Wall. But maybe Ellis would shoot less if Wall is on the team, who knows.

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I hope he goes to the

I hope he goes to the Thunder. Haha but that's a definite NO. I really hope the Pistons don't get him cuz the Pistons are one of my least favorite teams (As you can see I'm incredibly biased), but I do think he would fit well with a team like that that needs a Point. Or on a team like Washington who is "rebuilding," and especially now with all the Arenas troubles. Also, maybe a team like Indiana who would go well with scoring machine Granger and riser Hibbert

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