Wittman Hopes Wall Sustains Current Play
If he maintains his current pace for the next seven games, Wall would turn March into the best statistical month of his professional career.
In 10 games this month, Wall is averaging 20.1 points, 7.7 assists and 4.5 rebounds while shooting 52.4 percent. Wall has failed to record at least six assists in only two games, with three games of 10 or more helpers. He has scored in double figures in each game and tallied at least 23 points in four of his past five games.
“I just give credit to my teammates because they make things easier for me, being able to find spots and knock down shots and get me easy opportunities to score,” Wall said. “My teammates are getting open, [I’m] finding them and I was able to get free throws and layups.”
After Wall claimed his first Eastern Conference player of the week award on Monday, (Randy) Wittman said he believes the third-year point guard can sustain his level of play. “Sure, I wouldn’t be surprised,” Wittman said. “You hope, when a guy plays like that, he continues to have that belief and confidence.”