Eye on Basketball Podcast: No more bricks in the Wall?
Zach Harper and Matt Moore discuss John Wall's big night, the dominance of the Thunder and Heat, and why we feel bad for the Lakers.
Matt Moore joins me Tuesday to talk about John Wall's big night. Wall had a career-high 47 points in the Washington Wizards' win over the Memphis Grizzlies, giving everybody a shot in the arm to take notice at how well he's played and his team has played since he's returned. With his hot shooting in March and his team's winning record since he returned, should we start recognizing that he's actually really good? Are the Wizards really bad at developing young talent? Do they need veterans because of this?
That brings us to a discussion about whether the Oklahoma City Thunder or Miami Heat are more dominant. It's hard to look at the situation during the Heat's 27-game winning streak, but is Miami actually more dominant than OKC? The Thunder have the biggest point differential, but does Miami's passing put them over the top? And should the Thunder feel the need to change anything?
We discuss all of that, plus Denver's streak coming to an end, feeling bad for the Lakers, and what to do with Tuesday night's games.
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