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Number of the Day: John Wall's 19.13.10.6

November 11, 2010

John Wall posted his first career triple double last night with 19 points, 13 assists, 10 rebounds, and 6 steals, and the Wizards won the game, defeating the Houston Rockets 98-91.  So take that Colin Cowherd.





I like the chemistry that Wall and Andray Blatche are starting to develop, especially on the fast break.    It's also worth mentioning that Al Thornton dropped in 20 points of his own.  Good stuff.  Unfortunately, the game also witnessed the continued tragedy of Yao Ming's dilapidated feet.  Keep him in your prayers.

And, one more thing, ESPN wants you to know that John Wall is the third youngest player to accomplish a triple double, proving that good athletes do good things, athletically speaking.

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