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Father's memory lingers for John Wall

John Wall, likely to become a Washington Wizard with the No. 1 pick in the 2010 NBA draft, has already been on quite a journey. Wall's father was imprisoned for his formative years, and died of cancer when his son was 8, creating the angst that eventually fueled the younger Wall's drive.

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Father's memory lingers for John Wall
Article | As a child, John Wall looked forward to weekend visits with his imprisoned father. Released when Wall was 8, his father soon died of cancer. Despite the angst that created in Wall as a young teen, the future NBA player now uses the memory of his father to fuel his drive.

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