Originally Posted by insidehoops
John Wall stole the show with his rendition of the popular dance, "The Dougie" and later with his history-making performance. He showed resilience in overcoming a night with a career-high eight turnovers by recording nine steals and 13 assists to go along with a new career high in 29 points. But Wall was not alone in overcoming some personal obstacles. Blatche had a difficult night early on, as he appeared to be taking a "shoot first, ask questions later" approach to offense, subjecting his teammates to the status of spectators as he launched shots -- and missed -- almost every time he touched the ball. He had been so ineffective with his shot selection and later his turnovers that fans began to wince whenever he got the ball. Washington Post Blog
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I loved it! He truly knows how to work a crowd and that will only be to his benefit for many years to come especially for endorsements and such.