He hasn’t had a chance to interact with Leonard as much as people hoped but he’s still a menace to opposing teams.
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Wall was looking like the best version of himself on Sunday night.
His team ended up losing but Wall had a few moments of greatness, including one that had him traveling coast-to-coast and pulling off a smooth behind-the-back move before scoring an easy two points.
Wall has been in the league for 10 years now and is no spring chicken but he has been playing like a rookie at times during his stay in LA.
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Wall is paying off and it’s clear that the Clippers were smart to sign him during the offseason.
The team as a whole is having some problems: their record is 5-5 and they are not getting nearly enough of Leonard, who is still slowly getting back into the swing of things after more than a year away from the league.
Many fans of the team expected them to make a Finals run this year, especially with Wall and Leonard.
Is that still possible?
Frankly, yes it is.
No, Leonard isn’t playing a lot but the hope is that he will continue to shake off the rust, improve his physicality, and get back to playing nightly.
Few people think the team will remain at this level in the next few months.
Wall will continue to impress in the weeks ahead as the Clippers attempt to live up to their potential.