John Wall is one of the most electrifying players in the NBA. The three-time All-Star has elite speed and can get up and down the court in a blink of an eye. Since entering the league in 2010, he has earned the reputation as a top point guard, but that doesn't mean he is unbeatable in a game of one-on-one.
At a recent Washington Wizards practice, Wall challenged undrafted rookie Sheldon McCellan to a game of one-on-one and got worked. Wall had no answer for the 6-foot-5 guard out of Miami. McCellan beat Wall off the dribble, took him to the hole and hit him with a nasty step-back.
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To be fair to Wall, although McCellan was undrafted, he still is a bad man on the basketball court. In his first start, he scored 15 points, grabbed two rebounds and shot 55 percent from the field in 35 minutes. Maybe the Wizards will start to use the 23-year-old more than his average of 11 minutes a game.
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