John Wall will eventually make Washington look like Wizards

Wall possesses all the necessary skills to dominate.

Hobbled Washington Wizards guard John Wall struggled in Sunday’s 103-93 loss to the Heat in Miami.

Battling back spasms, the 23-year-old Wall finished with 11 points, nine assists and four rebounds in 39 minutes.

Taken out of Kentucky first overall in 2010, Wall signed a five-year contract extension worth $80 million in July.

Despite getting burned by the Heat (2-2), the 6-foot-4, 195 pound native North Carolinian is a burgeoning NBA star.

Largely because Wall missed 33 contests with a nagging knee injury, Washington went a hideous 29-53 last season in the Eastern Conference Southeast Division.

However, teaming with promising rookie Otto Porter and solid ballplayers Bradley Beal, Nene, Martell Webster and Trevor Ariza, Wall and the Wizards (0-3) should soon emerge as contenders.

At the very least, after finishing the 2012-2013 campaign with the association’s 28th ranked offense, Washington will entertain their disillusioned fans.

Speedy, athletic and explosive, expect John Wall to enliven “the District” this winter as a Wizard on the hardwood.

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