John Wall Leapfrogs Wizards Bench and Crashes into Assistant Coaches

Joe Flynn@@ChinaJoeFlynnContributor IMarch 15, 2014

Washington Wizards guard John Wall celebrates as the clock winds down during the second half of the Wizards' NBA basketball game against the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday, March 15, 2014, in Washington. Wall scored a game-high 33 points in the Wizards' 101-94 victory over the Nets. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)
Evan Vucci/Associated Press

The Washington Wizards are going all out to reach their first postseason since 2008, and that includes risking life and limb.

Star point guard John Wall took that last statement quite literally in Saturday night's win over the Brooklyn Nets, jumping into the stands while going for a loose ball.

Fortunately, Wall was not hurt on the play. But the same thing cannot be said for assistant coach Ryan Saunders, per the Washington Post's Michael Lee:

You know what they say: no pain, no gain. That goes for coaches as well.

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