Well, at least according to Wall:
After posting 31 points and nine assists in a 116-111 win over the Los Angeles Lakers Tuesday night, Wall could find himself all over Twitter even before dropping that bomb:
His recent play has certainly moved him up the ladder in the NBA's point guard hierarchy:
But first in the league? Come on, John. CP3 has that argument cornered.
The Clippers point guard is averaging a league-best 12.5 assists a game and boasts an insane player efficiency rating of 27.6. And, oh yeah, his team has a winning record.
To Wall's credit, his recent play has been instrumental in Washington winning four of their last five games, and his confidence shouldn't be seen as a fault.
What's he supposed to think? The all-time greats in every sport had this kind of confidence in themselves, and there's a good chance they wouldn't have gotten where they did without it.
If Wall truly believes he's the best point guard in the NBA, he might just get there one day.
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