The Great Wall Of DC

By Jesse Jones

“With the first pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, the Washington Wizards select John Wall from the University of Kentucky.”

Ladies and gentlemen, your prayers have been answered. Washington took John Wall tonight, and by doing so, gave the Wizards a new face, new image, and hope.

At just 19 years old, Wall took the college game by storm, and will soon do the same with the NBA.  The draft was all about him, and from the moment the Wizards got the first pick of the draft, it was a done deal.

I could talk about the stats that Wall put up in Kentucky last year, but everybody knows that. The pick is more than just a new point guard who was extremely good in college.   After two miserable years filled with misfortune, bad decisions, and huge disappointment, Wizards fans have something to smile about.  A city that has just been enlightened by the talent of Stephen Strausburg, a city that has the fortune of having the NHL’s best player, now has another reason to think positively about the future of Washington professional sports.  The city has seen the worst when it comes to professional sports, but as of late, is seeing the brighter side of sports.

The future is here, and the good spirits of DC basketball have been raised again.

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