After the tears of James Horton following the Los Angeles Lakers defeat, it was John Wall who had to speak on the interview stage. The former mentors wanted to respond to “Barba”‘s words of frustration that he seems unlikely to react from Houston.
What did John Wall say?
“We scored points, but we could defend. Sometimes we look like one of those AAU teams: a player from Maryland, a player from North or South Carolina, someone from Lao, who comes together every week to play basketball. This seems to be the case in recent releases. We are still a talented team looking for chemistry, we are trying to understand our identity, who we really are … When all the players on the list are on the same wavelength from 1 to 15, if they know their role, what they need to know, everything will be fine. If it hadn’t happened and some people were involved in it, it would have been hard … I was part of the worst teams in eleven seasons of my NBA career: in the early years it was consistent, they talked about me, about me, all the time, the team. We can’t go down after nine games, come on, there’s still a lot of basketball to play. “
In his relationship with Horton, he did not hide: “James is training professionally, he plays, and when he is with us, I can say that he gives us what he wants, I think he can help us win. For the rest, you have to ask him questions about it. Our relationship was so stormy I couldn’t hide it. This is not going to be the best, that’s all I can say. “
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