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May 13, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Washington Wizards guard John Wall (3) lays the ball in against Indiana Pacers guard George Hill (3) at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

3. John Wall 

 $13.7 million

19.3 ppg 8.8 apg 4.1 rpg

John Wall is coming off his best season as a pro. He made his first All-Star team last year and led the Washington Wizards into the second round of the playoffs.

The number one pick in the 2010 NBA Draft is best known for his extreme speed and athleticism. He is a fearless attacker of the rim off the dribble and has the athleticism to finish over bigger defenders. At 6’4”, he is the prototypical combo guard as he has an unique mix of passing and scoring ability. He is able to create his own shot but also is excellent in the pick and roll game. Wall has excellent lateral quickness and a commitment to playing defense. His off the charts athleticism allows him to guard multiple positions.

The former Kentucky Wildcat, has only improved as his career has progressed.

Coming into the league one of the knocks on his game was his shooting ability. He is not a sharpshooter by any means, but he has improved in that aspect of his game tremendously. Wall continues to develop his game and has cemented himself as one of the best point guards in the league.

He is hands down the leader of the Washington Wizards. With the unpredictability of the Eastern Conference, who knows how far Wall can take the Wizards?