Apr 6, 2013; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards point guard John Wall (2) dribbles up court against the Indiana Pacers during the first half at the Verizon Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

WATCH: John Wall Dominates Against Indiana (Full Video Highlights)

Playing in front of the lone Washington Wizards (Bullets) championship squad, John Wall felt no pressure to perform against one of the league’s best defensive teams. Despite their effort, the Indiana Pacers couldn’t contain John Wall. Wall scored 37 points to go along side 2 spectacular blocks.

This stretch by John Wall is probably the best he’s ever played in his young career. Tonight, Washington will meet the Boston Celtics at the TD Garden, where Wall will be matched up against one of the league’s best defenders, Avery Bradley. The last time John Wall played against an elite defensive guard, Tony Allen, he scored a career high 47 points. I’ll be interested to see if Wall can continue his stellar play on the road.

But for now, here are the highlights of Wall’s spectacular performance:


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  • Adam Banig

    If they re-sign Webster and stay more healthy than they were this year, Wall will lead them tot he 2014 playoffs.

    He’s really playing out of his mind. He’s hitting jumpers, setting up his teammates, driving for lay ups, hitting floaters, playing better D and rebounding.

    If he can get more consistent on his 3pt shot this offseason, and a little more stout defensively he’s going to be impossible to stop.

    I hope Grunfield can restructure Okafor and Ariza to keep them longer and if he does that he can sign Webster to a long term deal.