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Washington Wizards point guard John Wall will be out for eight weeks after being diagnosed with early stages of a stress injury in his left knee, the team announced on its website Friday. Wall was examined Thursday in New York after experiencing discomfort in his left knee and an MRI confirmed the injury. "My teammates and I are all excited to build on the improvement we made at the end of last season, and I know they will continue to make great progress while I get through this setback," Wall said. "I will work extremely hard to make sure I get back as soon as possible so I can rejoin them and help our team continue to improve." The Wizards begin training Tuesday and open the season Oct. 30 at the Cleveland Cavaliers. "We're all disappointed for John after how hard he worked this summer and how excited he was to begin training camp, but we feel fortunate that we caught the injury early and that he will be able to return with the vast majority of...
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Washington Wizards point guard John Wall will be sidelined about eight weeks with a knee injury.
The team announced Friday that the former No. 1 overall draft pick has been diagnosed with the early stages of a stress injury to his left patella.
The Wizards say Wall will not require surgery. If his rehab goes as expected, he will miss the first month or so of the regular season...
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Bad news for Wizards fans, and people who have already drafted John Wall of the Washington Wizards. Wizards president, Ernie Grunfeld announced today that “Wall has been diagnosed with the early stages of a stress injury to his left patella.” More from NBA.com.
The good news is that the injury does not require surgery and that his rehab should begin...
The Washington Wizards announced today that John Wall would be out for eight weeks with an injury to his left patella. The injury will leave Wall on the sidelines for the duration of training camp, pre-season, and the first month of the regular season.
But when Ernie Grunfeld, Randy Wittman and John Wall addressed the media today during a conference call, it did not seem as if the...
What’s the worst bit of news the Wizards could have gotten coming into the 2012-13 season? I mean, aside from Bradley Beal starting a YouTube show where he swallows large quantities of cinnamon? That’s right, John Wall is hurt and out for eight weeks, which means he’ll miss the first month of the season.
This franchise, man, it’s just the worst.
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