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Wall played the entire 10 minutes of the first quarter, scoring five points on 2-for-6 shooting.
"I ran downstairs before the game and I was nervous," Wall said.
His nerves steadied when he made two clutch free throws with 17 seconds left in the game.
"When you consider everything ... the atmosphere, the first game," said Saunders, "to come out and play as he did, he's got unbelievable intelligence and he's unbelievably competitive. He's one of the most coachable guys I've been around. He makes a mistake and he wants to know what it is."
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