Washington Wizards All-Star point guard John Wall has developed into one of the premier point guards in the NBA over the last few seasons largely behind his passing ability.

The 26-year-old put that unique skill on full display with several no-look and behind-the-back passes with keen dead-on accuracy while also issuing his own challenge.


It's quite an incredible feat that Wall can make lengthy pinpoint passes without looking, which only speaks of his special ability. This also provides another reason why he has been one of the best distributors over the last three year while averaging at least 10 assists per game, and coming off a career-high 10.7 per contest this past season.

Wall is one of the league's most dynamic point guards that has the ability to impact the game both as a scorer and passer at an elite level, earning the recognition as being arguably the top point guard in the Eastern Conference.

It will be interesting to see if any other NBA player attempts to try to his challenge, after Brandon Armstrong, the NBA player Impersonator, has responded to it.

There could be much more to come with possibly other NBA players stepping up to the challenge.