John Wall appeared on the 'Run Your Race' podcast, and he said his time with the Houston Rockets and James Harden was "Trash — beyond trash!"
“My best friend is gone. I can’t play the game I love. Everybody just got their hand out. Nobody is checking on me for me. It’s always coming with something attached. Who’s there to hold me down now? What’s the point of being here?... Money and fame don’t mean sh*t if you don’t have peace in your life." - NBA guard John Wall writing about his mother's death in "The Players' Tribune"
The 31-year-old spent a decade alongside Bradley Beal as the 1-2 backcourt punch for the Washington Wizards.
Could James Harden and his honey-bun infused toxic energy he was giving off been the blame for the Houston Rockets tumultuous start? It sure does seem that way.
John Wall hasn't been on a basketbball court in a hot minuite due to unfortunate injuries but its good to know his gang sign throwing skill are still on point.
It took only a few weeks after the NBA season wrapped up, but we finally saw the regular season awards handed out. Last night (June 24) in Los Angeles we saw tears, tons of jokes, as well as some mediocre hosting from Shaq during last night’s 2019 NBA Awards. Of course, thanks to the Twitter […]