John Wall doesn’t do defense

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A lot has been made about the turmoil in D.C. In the midst of a horrible season, the Washington Wizards have reportedly put everyone on the trade block. That apparently includes a star-studded backcourt in John Wall and Bradley Beal who are beafing with one another.

Wall himself might be a big name, but he’s continued to struggle as its relates to being an all-around player. This came out in droves Monday night against the New York Knicks.

Check out Wall decide against actually playing defense on this Knicks possession. It led to a wide-open three-pointer from Emmanuel Mudiay of all people.

It’s rather obvious that the emotionless Wall couldn’t care less about playing defense. In fact, he could have been called for a defensive three-second violation. That usually happens when someone is actually playing defense, right?

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With videos like this, Wall certainly isn’t doing himself any favors. The bad news for Washington is that no competent team is going to pick up the four-year, $170 million extension Wall signed with the Wizards back in July of 2017.

That’s just ugly.