Found January 03, 2013 on
Beyond The Buzzer:
Washington Wizards guard John Wall, out since Sept. 28 with a stress injury in his left knee cap, moved closer to returning by participating in limited contact drills during Thursday’s practice.
Wall, who did not speak with reporters after practice, wore his No. 2 practice jersey and also participated in other running and non-contact drills.
Washington coach Randy Wittman told reporters he was pleased with Wall’s movement. ”He’s still the same player. Fast. Aggressive. He looked good. Looked like his old self,” Wizards guard A.J. Price told The Washington Post.
There is still no precise timetable for his return, but sometime in January has been targeted by Wall and the Wizards.
via Jeff Zillgitt, USA TODAY Sports
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