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Links: John Wall looking good since his return from injury

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He'll get another good test tonight against the league's leading ROY candidate.

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Wall vs. Lillard links:

  • Five games into John Wall's return from injury, the results have been pretty positive. [Washington Post]
  • One of the best results has been that we've finally gotten to see Wall and Bradley Beal play alongside one another. [Rant Sports]
  • The Wiz will try to get back on the winning track tonight against the Trail Blazers. [AP | WashingtonWizards.com |Wizards Report | Blazers Edge | CBS Sports]
  • The Wizards still have a chance to go 3-2 on this road trip, but it's been awhile since they finished a five-game trip with a winning record. [Washington Examiner]
  • Mike is worried the Wizards' top brass might adopt an old refrain if the team maintains its recent success.
  • With most of the team finally healthy, Randy Wittman's rotation is beginning to take shape, and it doesn't appear to include either of the team's 2011 first-round draft picks. [CSN Washington]
  • Speaking of Wittman's rotation, when can fans expect to see John Wall start a game? [CSN Washington]
  • Trevor Ariza's teammates want him to shoot more often? Do you? [Wizards Insider]
  • Blake Griffin should be thankful Trevor Booker only wants him suspended for an alleged elbow he threw late in the Wizards' loss to the Clippers on Saturday. [Us]
  • More on the Clippers game. [Truth About It | Wizards Extreme]
  • The Kings' move to Seattle is official. [SB Nation | Yahoo! Sports | ESPN | The Point Forward | Sacramento Bee]
  • How official? The prospective owners are already talking about who to hire to run the franchise, and they have two pretty big names at the top of their list. [Yahoo! Sports]
  • As you might imagine, Tom Ziller is not too happy with the Maloofs. [SB Nation]
  • LeBron James wasn't too happy either, considering that whole lockout thing that happened a year ago. [SB Nation]
  • Anderson Varejao will miss the rest of the season after developing a blood clot in his lung, which is legitimately scary. [SB Nation]
  • The Hawks were in a tailspin before Lou Williams went down for the season. Now, they might be down for the count. [SI]
  • Carmelo Anthony's usage rate and PER are both off the charts this season. [The Point Forward]