During the first quarter of a Dec. 27 regular season game against the Boston Celtics, John Wall did something amazing. The Washington Wizards point guard took a pass from teammate Bradley Beal, dribbled the basketball, and then in one...Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Yesterday the Wall Street Journal’s Adam Entous reported in a page-one story leaked by the Obama administration that “Israel spied on Iran talks with US” (accessible here via Google). John commented on the story here....Show More Summary
“I’m an unorthodox politician, because I’m an ordinary person in a big job.” — Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R), quoted by the Wall Street Journal, “appearing tieless and sporting a spiky haircut” in a visit to New Hampshire.
The Golden State Warriors mugged the Wizards on Monday night, jumping John Wall and company at the start of the second half and leaving the Washington offense hogtied in a dark, forgotten alleyway. It's difficult to overstate how effectively the Warriors clamped down after the first half of the 107-76 blowout. Show More Summary
House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) is "shocked" and "baffled" at Monday's Wall Street Journal report which claims Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government spied on U.S. nuclear talks with Iran and gave confidential information to U.S. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) The Wall Street Journal reports: “Israel Spied on Iran Nuclear Talks With U.S.” Sounds like a blockbuster, but this is one of those less-there-than-meets-the-eye stories. It begins: Soon after the U.S. and other major...Show More Summary
The top Republican in Congress said Tuesday he was “shocked” by a report that Israel spied on Iranian nuclear talks but insisted he did not know whether information was shared with US lawmakers. The Wall Street Journal reported late Monday that in addition to Israelis spying on the...
The Golden State Warriors will search for their sixth straight win Monday night when they host a Washington Wizards squad that will look to snap a two-game skid. All-Star point guard John Wall will look to lead the Wizards as they attempt...Show More Summary
It's John Wall vs. Steph Curry on Monday night at the Oracle. The Phoenix Suns continued their push for the No. 8 seed in the Western Conference by beating the Dallas Mavericks, 98-92, on Sunday for their third win in four days. Eric...Show More Summary
Now that the Wizards have righted the ship after a late-February skid, we can go back to marvelling at the ridiculous shit John Wall pulls off, like this 360 layup against a traffic cone named Matt Barnes last night: Read more...
John Wall completely baffles Matt Barnes with soaring spin move. Barnes was rooted to the spot.
Two of the NBA's best point guards squared off in an epic clash on Friday night, when the Los Angeles Clippers took on the Washington Wizards. Chris Paul and the Clippers had won two straight, but John Wall and the Wizards weren't about to go quietly, having ripped off wins in five straight and six of their last seven. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
When Washington Wizards star John Wall can break out a nasty 360-degree layup like this at full speed, there's not really a way to stop him. Los Angeles Clippers forward Matt Barnes stood in Wall's path to the rim, but the Wizards guard found a slick way around the defender. And he made it look easy. [National Basketball Association] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Where’d he go?
This isn't the first time John Wall pulled off the leaping 360 spin for a layup, but it was the most breathtaking. Matt Barnes was smart to lean out of the way.
John Wall and the Washington Wizards (40-28) are on the road to take on Chris Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers (44-25) Friday at the Staples Center. In December, the Wizards won the first meeting, 104-96. Tipoff : 10:30 p.m. ET Coverage:...Show More Summary
John Paczkowski, writing for BuzzFeed: Earlier this week, the Wall Street Journal reported that the subscription internet TV service Apple’s been trying to get off he ground since 2009 appears to be finally headed to market. And nowShow More Summary
In 1990, New Jersey resident John Bovery, now 58, started a fantasy football pool in his Wall Street office. Fifty-seven players joined for $50 each, making the total pay-out $2,850. Over the next two decades, his pools mushroomed in size to $837,000 and included more than 8,000 people from around the globe, according to NJ.com. Show More Summary
John Wall is probably the fastest player in the NBA. Usually he uses this speed to terrify defenses and make opponents look like fools as he stops on a dime for a pull-up jumper, but tonight it was paying customers that saw him flying towards them. Good hustle John, but be careful out there. Read more...
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall is ready to give 100 percent on loose balls, even if it means risking his limbs—and those of the fans—by leaping over whole rows of spectators. In the final minutes of the Wizards' Monday night...Show More Summary