Wizards vs. Grizzlies: John Wall drops 47 points in 107-94 win

John Wall had the game of his life, dropping 47 points on one of the league's best defensive teams in a 107-94 win over the Memphis Grizzlies.

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Wall and Jennings, maturing at last

It's been a long road for both players, and a rocky one as expectations surged in advance of their development. John Wall's 47 point rhapsody to bring down the Grizzlies for the first time in his young career puts a brilliant exclamation point on a superb March. But he's not the only young point guard finally making the grade.


Wall's 47: A historical perspective

John Wall had a career night against the Memphis Grizzlies. Now that the dust has begun to settle, where does his performance rank in NBA history.


Recap roundup: Wall's special night

A roundup of everyone's reaction to John Wall's 47-point night against the Memphis Grizzlies.


Wall makes fans of us all

The development of John Wall has gone from baby steps to giant leaps, and people are starting to notice.


The mechanics of stardom

John Wall's jump shot has been completely different over the last few weeks, and it was especially on point in Wall's 47-point outburst against the Grizzlies. But what has really changed with Wall's shooting motion? We break down film to find out.


VIDEO: Full John Wall highlights

You'll want to watch these.


RGIII, Phelps give Wall props

Here's how you know John Wall's 47-point performance was special.


Beal, Nene, Webster, Price and Ariza are OUT

WASHINGTON -- What was once thought a fairer fight with Marc Gasol out for the Grizzlies has turned into an endurance match for Washington.

Before the game, Randy Wittman was asked about the health of his roster, and he reported that Bradley Beal, Martell Webster, A.J. Price and Trevor Ariza would all be out for the game. He also noted that Nene would likely be out as well with what was described as "weak"-ness in his knee.

Wittman said this is an opportunity for a lot of the guys on the team that haven't been part of the core rotation, and he also said that everyone's going to need to "step up" tonight. That's probably an understatement, though it'll be interesting to see who plays and for how long. Wittman also mentioned that John Wall's minutes wouldn't be restricted tonight; so let's keep an eye on how long he plays.

We'll keep you posted if we hear any additional information or if anything changes. But strap in for a tough fight, Wiz fans.

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