John Wall knows what it's like to be a top high school prospect with a mixtape already seen around the world. Long before he became an NBA All-Star for the Wizards, Wall was a YouTube sensation with one of the most famous mixtapes of all time.
One of the latest kids to make a name for himself with a YouTube mixtape is Zion Williamson, a 6-foot-7 dunk machine currently playing high school ball in Spartanburg, SC. In the latest episode of his documentary from Ball Is Life called 'No Offseason,' Wall offered advice for Williamson, whom Wall said "is probably one of the two or three most athletic players I've ever seen."
As for what do focus on, Wall said this:
"I would tell him just to work on different things. The game is so easy and boring at times for him, you can tell. Work on things that you are going to need for the next level. That's kind of what I did in college and high school. Then, when the game got more serious I knew how to get it done. But other than that, I was just trying stuff and trying to improve my game."
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There are other notable moments in the latest episode of 'No Offseason,' like Wall offering Wizards guard Sheldon Mac advice on ball-handling while driving a Rolls Royce in Miami. He also goes in-depth on his own high school mixtape, saying of his early days: "If you want to see a show, you know where to go."
Watch the full episode right here:
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