The comparison between Derrick Rose and John Wall is about as natural as they come.
Both played college basketball for one year under John Calipari. Both are point guards drafted with the first pick in the NBA Draft. Now that we have a small sample size for Wall, it's safe to say both have taken the league by storm.
But at the end of the day, which player is going to have the better NBA career? Who is going to win more awards, make more All-NBA teams and win more championships?
While no one can predict the future, John Wall has played enough NBA games to get a good idea of what he brings to the table night in and night out (for example, a triple-double). Rose has already won the Rookie of the Year award, made the All-Star team, helped lead Team USA to a gold medal in the FIBA Championships and helped the Bulls make the playoffs in his first two seasons.
Rose has done just about everything you could hope for in two seasons in the NBA. But who's to say Wall can't do even better?
Wall does some things on the court better. Rose does some things on the court better. In the end, breaking down the two point guards' strengths and weaknesses will reveal who will be the better player in the end.