John Wall’s Fury: ‘Intentional loss’

Yahoo Sports’ report on the 19th (Korean time), John Wall (Clippers) recalled his days playing for the Houston Rockets.

Wall was the first pick in the 2010 draft and was a five-time All-Star in Washington. However, injuries later caught up with him, and after being traded to the Houston Rockets in 2020, the team also met with the wrong team, and his career was twisted a lot.

“The first year we moved to Houston, we lost 20 games in a row. We lost intentionally. We started with players like Justin Patton,” he said. Expressed anger, fairly clear evidence of tanking, while citing blindness.

He continued, “Coach Steven Silas asked me what it was like to play off the bench. I said, ‘For whom? Wasn’t I your best player last year?'”

Wall recalled, “The manager said that’s what the management wants, that you either don’t play or you want to play for 10 or 15 minutes. I said I didn’t intend to do that.”

His place was taken by a duo of young guards, Kevin Porter Jr. and Jaylen Green. They are Young Guns who do not defend at all and focus only on attack.

Wall gave them a bitter sound. “They would have been kicked out of the league if they had played for another team. 토토사이트

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