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Farewell to John Wall: Numbers don't lie

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It's no secret that John Wall is one of the most accomplished players in Washington Wizards franchise history. Drafted No. 1 overall out of the University of Kentucky in 2010, Wall had high expectations on him early. Leave it up to him to live up to the hype and he even exceeded it.

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On January 12, 2018, Wall became the youngest player in Wizards history and the fourth ever to surpass 10,000 career points. Wall departed Washington just 204 points shy of Jeff Malone (11,083) for third on the all-time scoring list.

From 2014-2018, Wall was earned five All-Star game selections. Wall is one of only four players in franchise history to make at least five All-Star games, tied with Wes Unseld and Gus Johnson. Wall and Elvin Hayes are the only players in franchise history to have been selected five seasons straight.

In nine seasons, Wall tallied 5,282 assists – that's 1,460 more than Unseld, who's second on the team’s all-time list. Only Wall and Rod Strickland (8.9) have averaged more than 7.0 assists per game over the course of their career with the franchise.

Great Wall of Accolades:

5× NBA All-Star: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

All-NBA Third Team: 2017

NBA All-Defensive Second Team: 2015

NBA All-Rookie First Team: 2011

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