The Ringer's Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor discuss John Wall's game winner (5:00), the Wizards' consistency against the Celtics (10:00), the Spurs' chances without Kawhi Leonard (20:00), the Warriors' defensive mistakes (24:00), Durant and Curry's offensive explosion (29:00), Zaza Pachulia's closeout on Kawhi (33:00), the problem with 3-point shooters trying to draw fouls (37:00), and De'Aaron Fox's star power on draft night (47:00).
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Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor discuss John Wall's game winner
By Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor
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