In the third quarter of the game against the Lakers, Wall threw another fantastic time, this time to veteran swingman Trevor Ariza.
Wall gets the ball out in transition on a steal, draws Lakers’ guard Jodie Meeks towards and gets the ball over to Ariza for the easy slam.
Wall, who has scored 37 and 31 points in his last two games, had another big scoring night on Tuesday. He finished with 31 points, nine assists, six rebounds and three steals as the Wizards defeated the Lakers 116-111. Wall is now averaging 33 points per game over his last three games.
Ariza, the Wizards’ starting small forward on Tuesday, had 13 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three steals in 32 minutes. Nene Hilario had a huge game as well, finishing with 30 points and five boards.
Jordan Farmar had 22 points to lead the Lakers off of the bench.