John Wall's second offseason will look much different from his first, since the progression from year one to year two in the NBA wasn't as dramatic as he had hoped. Wall aspires to take the Wizards to the postseason and enter the discussion as an elite point guard, meaning that he'll avoid the summer league exhibition circuit – which he dominated with relative ease because of his superior athleticism.
But the NBA game requires more thought, more skill and the ability to adjust to varying defensive schemes. He said he will focus on improving his "jump shot, making threes, and mid-range floaters and try to add a post game." Wall will also work on discovering how to use different speeds on the floor.
John Wall to focus on controlling tempo
Washington Post | May 2