Wizards' John Wall Was Driving Force in Win over Lakers

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Wizards' John Wall Was Driving Force in Win over Lakers
Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Spor

Considering the stakes, the stage and the stats, John Wall probably has never had a bigger or better second-half performance than the one he uncorked in the Wizards’ 103-100 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday at Staples Center. As the driving force behind the Wizards’ rally from a 16-point halftime deficit, Wall used his speed, decision-making and a never-die mentality to overwhelm the Lakers and their star-studded crowd. The third-year point guard had 18 points, 11 assists, four rebounds, a steal and — get this — zero turnovers in the second half while playing all 24 minutes as the Wizards outscored the Lakers, 62-43.

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