Found December 10, 2012 on
Don’t expect to see John Wall on the court anytime soon. With a 2-15 record, why in the world would the Wizards try to rush the recovery of their star player? Here’s what coach Randy Wittman said about Wall’s situation:
“We’re going to look at a lot of different things. John’s bearing doesn’t play with that because John’s still some weeks from getting on the floor and practicing. So if we were really strapped we’d bring someone in.” – Coach Wittman
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As much as Washington Wizards fans would love to see John Wall back on the court, the team's star point guard is nowhere near a return. This is bad news for a club that can't seem to buy a win. Wall, who is battling a stress injury to his right knee, has to be more disappointed than anyone. He should have been back by now. According to Chuck Gormley of CSN Washington...
John Wall, who is currently inactive and has no timetable to return to the Wizards, celebrated Serge Ibaka’s girlfriend, Keri Hilson’s, birthday at Vanquish Nightclub in Atlanta Saturday night with Wale, BoB, and Tika Sumpter.
Following a birthday night out in ATL with Wizards’ John Wall, Keri Hilson flew to OKC for another celebration with her current boyfriend, Serge Ibaka:
While there's a chance Anthony Davis could return to the New Orleans Hornets' lineup as early as Tuesday night, recent news surrounding fellow former No. 1 overall pick John Wall hasn't been as promising.
That doesn't bode well for a Washington Wizards team that saw a couple of other key players go down last week.
The Hornets try for a sixth win in eight matchups...