John Wall was the first pick in the NBA draft. He has dominated the NBA Summer League. he averaged 23.5 points and 7.8 assists per game. On the other hand, he did commit 16 turnovers during his first two games and went 1-8 from three-point range. His lack of consistency in his jump shot, according to Balls Don't Lie, is the one noticeable flaw in his game. However, Wall has mastered another form of jump-shooting. It is an underhand three pointer. Wall admits, though, that he first needs to hit regular three pointers before he can take that shot during a regular-season game. Scroll down for video.
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