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It may seem unusual to use terms like “faith” and “hope” in justifying why Wall deserves $80 million but that is simply the nature of D.C. sports which I have come to accept. The Lebrons and Dwight Howards are not yet lining up to play in the nation’s capital. It will take either take years of sustained success (and we can see how well that has worked out for the Dallas Mavericks in their pursuit of free agents the past two summers) or a few supremely talented players to make D.C. a true free agent destination. It is the organization’s belief that Wall could be the first of these players.