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As the Announcer at Verizon Center Said, "JOHN WALLLLL!!!!!!!!"

Despite being incredibly shorthanded with Nene, Webster, Ariza, Beal and A.J. Price all on the sidelines, we beat a very good Memphis squad last night. John Wall scored 47 points, the third highest total for an NBA player this season.

Okafor also had a big night scoring 21 points, and everyone contributed to the win.

We have now won six straight games at home, and we are 19-17 at home this season. We are five games over 500 since John Wall returned to the lineup. That winning percentage would place us at about the seventh spot in the East for a playoff spot.

I am proud of John Wall. He carried us on his back last night to victory. It was electrifying. More pixles from around the web on the game here, here, here, here and here.