Kobe Bryant has challenged John Wall to make first team all-defense this upcoming season. Chase Hughes breaks down what Wall is up against and why he can do it.
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On the latest episode of the Wizards Tipoff podcast presented by Greenberg and Bederman personal injury lawyers, Chase Hughes and Chris Miller previewed the 2017-18 Wizards regular season with over/unders, biggest questions and bold predictions.
NBC Sports Philly Sixers Insider Jessica Camerato also joined the show to preview the first game between the Wizards and Sixers.
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Gordon Hayward made his Celtics debut on Tuesday night as Boston took on the Cleveland Cavaliers in a rematch of the 2017 Eastern Conference Finals.
But Hayward's game, and possibly season, came to an end in the first half after the former Jazz small forward suffered a gruesome leg injury.
With the Celtics trailing by 12 in the first quarter, Hayward landed awkwardly under the Celtics basket and his left leg snapped in grotesque fashion, like Paul George's leg did during the summer of 2015.
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To watch the gruesome injury, you can click here. Trust us, it's not good.
You could hear a player on the braodcast scream "He broke his leg. He broke his leg."
Players, both Cavaliers and Celtics, huddled up, hoping for the best.
Marcin Gortat, John Wall and Bradley Beal are three of the many players to issue the kindest respects following the awful injury.
The Wizards make their season debut on Wednesday when they host the Philadelphia 76ers at Capital One Center.
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