The glassy home at 2635 Broadway in Pacific Heights has always stood out. Designed by architect John Field and built in 1969, the property sits just east of the section of Broadway known as Billionaires' Row. When the house...
Let’s hope BlackBerry CEO John Chen hasn’t already blown through the massive $85.8 million compensation package he received in fiscal 2014. As The Wall Street Journal reports, Chen’s compensation for fiscal 2015 has fallen to “only”Show More Summary
Less than a week after fighting through five fractures in his wrist and hand to bring his team within reasonable belief of making the (...)
Wall didn't make any of the All-NBA teams. But we doubt he cares. Should he have made it? His Top 10 plays from 2014-15 are pretty damn impressive. The post John Wall’s Top 10 Plays of 2014-15 Season (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
John Nichols at The Nation writes Bernie Sanders Has a Plan: Tax Wall Street and Make College Free: Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders keeps bending the rules of Senate service and presidential campaigning by offering up proposals that imagine America as the fair, functional, and prosperous country it could be. Show More Summary
Washington Wizards All-Star point guard John Wall says he does not need surgery for the fractures in his left hand and wrist that kept him out of three playoff games.
SCOTUSblog reports.ADDED: Here's the post from last month "The Wall Street Journal urges the U.S. Supreme Court to take the free-speech case arising out of Wisconsin's John Doe investigation." I thought the Supreme Court should takeShow More Summary
Like this entry? Favorite it below! Name: John Location: New York, NY Square Feet: 350 Division: Teeny-Tiny What I Love About My Small Home: When I bought the apartment, I gutted it, broke down walls and exposed brick, and then rebuilt every part of the apartment from scratch with my boyfriend (well, we hired people to do the hard work). Show More Summary
Apparently, on-the-court skills aren't the only things professional basketball players will talk trash about. Back on Monday, Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith sent a tweet out about Washington Wizards star John Wall, throwing shade...Show More Summary
John Wall is the undisputed long-term leader of the Washington Wizards. But he's hurting and in desperate need of assistance with his squad facing a daunting 3-2 series deficit. Veteran forward Paul Pierce and third-year scoring guard...Show More Summary
Bradley Beal isn't a household NBA name. But with ailing teammate John Wall -- along with Washington's season -- hanging in the balance, the time to become one is now. Beal, the third overall selection in the 2012 draft, is a splendid blend of scoring prowess and lockdown perimeter defense, which I noted three years ago. Show More Summary
I honestly couldn’t tell the difference between gang signs and sign language, so I promise to keep my opinion and thoughts out of this one. Some folks are thinking that John Wall was throwing up gang signs last night during Game 5 of the Wizards-Hawks series. He was certainly doing something with his fingers, but Doug Christie used […]
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John Wall of the Washington Wizards has a broken hand. Luckily for him he also has eyes in the back of his head. Or at least it seems that way. In the second quarter of Wednesday's game against the Atlanta Hawks, Wall hurled the ball over his head and halfway across the court to teammate Bradley Beal for the layup. Show More Summary
It was impossible to tell that John Wall had several fractures in his left hand Wednesday night in Game 5, as he flew up and down the court, making his The post John Wall Played Like John Wall Despite a Broken Left Hand (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
John Wall returns in Wizards Game 5 loss to Hawks Nobody expected injured Washington Wizards guard John Wall to return during these playoffs. But yesterday it happened, and he gave it his all, though the Wizards fell slightly short to the Atlanta Hawks. Here’s CSN Washington reporting: John Wall threw himself on the floor with 32.6 seconds left, and [...]
John Wall and the Washington Wizards were three seconds away from taking a 3-2 series lead back to Verizon Center. Then Al Horford happened, and the Atlanta Hawks nabbed an 82-81 Game 5 victory. After Wall had already totaled 15 points,...Show More Summary
The Washington Wizards may have fallen to the Atlanta Hawks in Game 5 on Wednesday, 82-81, but this overhead, no-look pass by John Wall was still pretty damn impressive—especially when you consider the fact that the Wizards guard was playing the gam with several broken bones in his left hand. I couldn’t even do this with […]
First the Wizards, then the Capitals. Both in gut wrenching fashion. At one point in time, it looked like Wednesday was going to be a very good night for Washington D.C. sports fans. John Wall made his return for the Wizards and had Washington out to an early lead. Show More Summary
Al Horford snatched away an offensive rebound and dropped in the winning basket with 1.9 seconds left after Dennis Schroder's drive to the basket was blocked by John Wall, giving the top-seeded Atlanta Hawks an 82-81 victory over the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night and a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals.