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How John Wall improves the Wizards

John Wall

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John Wall

Since his January 12 return from a knee injury that delayed John Wall’s season debut, the former No. 1 overall pick has transformed the league-worst Wizards into a playoff-caliber team.

If Washington was able to keep up this production for a full season, here is how the team would rank amongst playoff teams in the East.

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Winning pct: .533

Record of 24-21 would rank 7th, ahead of Boston and Milwaukee.

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Ppg: 96.0

Would rank 7th, ahead of Indiana and Chicago.

Opp. ppg: 94.3

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Would rank 5th, ahead of Boston, New York, Atlanta, and Milwaukee.

Scoring margin: +1.8

Would rank 4th, ahead of Brooklyn, Atlanta, Chicago, Boston, and Milwaukee.

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