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John Wall becomes youngest player in Washington franchise history to score 10,000 points


Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

Tonight, John Wall made history.

With a first-quarter layup against the Orlando Magic, the former Wildcat became the youngest player in Washington franchise history to score 10,000 career points.

Take a look at the play that sealed the feat:

And another look:

In the second ballot returns, Wall finished sixth in NBA All-Star voting for the guards in the East with 328,215 votes.

Five other Wildcats made the list, as well.

To help get Wall’s name out there, the Wizards are putting his face on M&Ms to get fans to vote:

Get on Twitter and vote for your former Cats by tweeting #NBAVote with their name attached.

If you don’t have Twitter or want more methods to vote, head here.

Congratulations to John Wall on his historical night! Let’s get he and several other former Wildcats in the NBA All-Star game!

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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One response to “John Wall becomes youngest player in Washington franchise history to score 10,000 points”

  1. Parker_UKFanNC

    How in the actual heck is he in sixth. The general public has 0 knowledge of people who’s names aren’t bright and flashy. Proven by kyries ridiculous margin and Wade being ahead of Wall. Insanity. Who would vote for someone who believes the earth is flat.