Wednesday, August 31, 2011

John Wall at the NC Pro Am!!!

Long armed John Henson at the NC Pro Am, but Henson was not the biggest star named "John" at the Pro Am! All videos and pictures were taken live at the Pro Am by this blog's staff and are exclusive to Don't Buy The Hype. You will not see this footage anywhere else.

John Wall(red shorts) came back to his hometown to play at the Pro Am. Wall's team was stacked. He played with former UNC star Jerry Stackhouse and current UNC players P.J. Hairston and John Henson.
John Wall wearing number six.

John Wall knocking down the free throw.

John Wall with his hands on his hips, frustrated by his play. Wall was visibly upset since his team lost that night to an undermanned team.

This is not a great picture of Wall, but this is him leaving. You can see by the expression on his face that he is pouting about the loss.

John Henson watching Tar Heel teammate hit the free throw.


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John Henson and his UNC teammate P.J. Hairston warming up at the Pro Am.

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John Henson showing off the outside game.

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Dunking during warm-ups.

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John Henson making it look easy. You can see John Wall in the red shorts. John Wall is a local product from the the Triangle area, who came back to play in the NC Pro Am.

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Washington Wizard's star John Wall with the monstrous over the head jam!

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UNC's P.J. Hairston dunking in warm ups.

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Marquette's Darius Odom-Johnson, dunking. Old man Jerry Stackhouse knocking down the jumper. High flying dunks are no longer a part of Stackhouse's game. John Wall, trying the acrobatic dunk.

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John Henson dunking.

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Jerry Stackhouse, John Henson, P.J. Hairston and John Wall are all on the same Pro Am team. Yet, the star of night was NC Central's Dominique Sutton(who was the best player on his team and the court this night). Sutton was not intimidated by Wall. Early in the game Sutton got into a jawing match with Wall. Sutton a few weeks earlier got into it with Duke's Austin Rivers and dominated Rivers and his team the entire night. Wall is a legit NBA starter and maybe a star, but Sutton seemed to throw Wall off his game and Sutton led his undermanned team to victory!

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For more highlights and details of this game at the Pro Am check out John Wall at the NC Pro Am Part II coming soon...

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