Found December 20, 2012 on
The Wizards have tanked this season with their star player on the shelf with an injury to his patella in his left knee.
The injury was supposed to keep him out temporarily. It was supposed to be a month on the shelf. A set back to the season, but not a disaster.
Well, Wall is still not back. He is still not playing. And the Wizards are facing a disaster at 3-20 and the worst record in the league.
And there is no timetable for Wall's return.
Wall told reporters Monday that he has been receiving injections in his knee to help deal with cartilage progblems beneath his knee cap. Wall erroneously told reporters that it was a stress fracture in his patella, which the Wizards said was incorrect.
Either way it does not bode well for Wall who does not know when he will come back. Wall explains:
You just hope it heals the right way, and I think I've been doing the right things I'm supposed to do: just rest, do my exercises, try to stay in shape as best as possible with...
BEST OF MAXIM
Wednesday Wizards Report The losses keep piling up Another game down and another heart breaking loss that had us Wizards fans thinking we might pull out a victory over a quality team. Last night it came to the tune of a 100-95 OT loss at the hands of the Atlanta Hawks. It was just another game in this 3-19 season that brought us hope and excitement but those feelings took a quick...
The Washington Wizards (3-21) and Detroit Pistons (8-21) are two of the worst teams in the NBA, so fans could at least expect them to play a close game when they met on Friday. That didn’t even come close to happening as Detroit blasted Washington 100-68 at the Palace.
Wizards coach Randy Wittman was so embarrassed by his squad’s performance on Friday night, he literally apologized...
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- There's not a lot you can take out of the Detroit Pistons' blowout of the Washington Wizards on Friday night.
The Wizards came in 3-20 (1-11 on the road) and were playing without John Wall (stress injury left patella), Bradley Beal (sore back), Trevor Booker (strained right knee), Trevor Ariza (strained left calf) and A.J. Price (fractured right hand...
A quarter of the way through the 2012-2013 NBA season, the 3-20 Washington Wizards have the worst record in the league. The team has struggled to find consistency and seems to have on suffered setbacks in every way imaginable. Notably, injuries have derailed the Wizards roster and projected lineups.
The fan base in Washington grows more [...]
Nene is on a minutes limit for the Washington Wizards.
The Wizards are in desperate need of a point guard until John Wall comes back and are willing to move one of their bigs for a veteran point, league sources say. But will there be much interest in the likes of Trevor Booker (who hasn’t played in three weeks since suffering a knee injury)? With the worst record in the league at the quarter pole, Washington is not at all interested...
The Washington Wizards own the worst record in the NBA and the Detroit Pistons aren't too far behind.
That's not about to change any time soon, but a home-and-home set could provide some relief for one team.
The Wizards and Pistons begin that stretch looking to end their respective lengthy losing streaks Friday night in Detroit.
Washington (3-20) is last in the league...