​There's no disputing that John Wall is one of the best point guards in the NBA.


Wall quietly inked a 4-year, $170 million contract to remain in Washington on the same day the Kyrie Irving trade request broke. To say Wall is humble would be an understatement; he goes about his business the right way.


So when he speaks and offers advice, you listen. Especially when you're rising basketball star Zion Williamson.

Wall sings high praise for Williamson, saying "He’s one of the top two, three most athletic players I’ve ever seen in high school basketball, period, or in life, period. The best in-game dunker I’ve seen is Vince Carter and [Zion] does some stuff that he does in the game without even trying."


The four-time All Star offered the 6-foot-7 wing some advice too, saying "The game is so easy and boring at times for him, you can tell. Work on things you’re going to need for the next level."


Of course, Wall had an incredible mixtape himself as an elite recruit out of high school. Perhaps Wall could help lure Williamson to Kentucky. Right now, the consensus five-star recruit is seemingly deciding between Kansas, Kentucky, Duke and UNC, with the former having a bit of momentum.


Either way, Wall's compliments of Williamson should only increase the hype surrounding the 17-year old. The two will be playing on the same floor in just a couple of years.