Wizards guard John Wall had surgery on both knees Thursday. Before going in for the procedures, he made a video explaining the situation to fans and asking for their prayers.
Washington Wizards All-Star John Wall has only missed eight games to injury over the past three seasons. This came after three injury-filled years to start his NBA career. That’s the good news for fans in D.C. The bad news? Wall just underwent surgery on both of his knees after his Wizards team concluded a disappointing 2015-16 campaign. Here’s an official press release from...
Playing through discomfort all season, John Wall had procedures on both knees Thursday but is expected to be ready for the start of the Wizards'
John Wall has undergone surgery to excise calcific deposits in his left patella tendon. The surgery will help eliminate pain and assist healing. Wall will immediately begin rehab and is expected to be ready for the start of the 16-17 season. The Washington Wizards missed the 2016 NBA Playoffs.
Show up in the Washington Wizards locker room after games and there's a good chance John Wall puts on a fashion show. The All-Star point
The NBA has become a point guard’s game, and Scott Brooks’s knowledge of the position is as deep as any person’s in the game. Undrafted out of UC Irvine, Brooks carved out a 10-year NBA career with a 5-foot-11 frame as a point guard for six different teams. He later spent six-plus seasons supervising the Oklahoma […]
The Washington Wizards took a step back this year, missing the postseason after winning a playoff series in each of their past two seasons. From the sound of it, frustration recently boiled over for John Wall. NBA analyst Peter Vecsey reports that Wall “cursed out” Wizards coach Randy Wittman and the team last week prior to Washington’s loss against the Detroit Pistons. ...
John Wall isn’t looking past this season when the Washington Wizards, along with just about every team in the NBA, will try to pursue superstar Kevin Durant in free agency. “I know what our goal is, to try to go after Kevin, which is not a bad situation. But my ultimate goal is this year. I ain’t trying to waste a season,” Wall told The Vertical. “I’m in my sixth year...
In an effort to cut down his turnovers, Washington Wizards point guard John Wall made a pre-season bet with Wizards assistant coach Howard Eisley that in every game he had more than two turnovers, he’d pay Eisley $100. Well, the bet’s off, as J. Michael of CSN Mid-Atlantic reports the NBA killed the arrangement fairly quickly. Michael reports the NBA notified Wall via phone...
John Wall has made it quite clear that he doesn’t think much of the results of the first round of NBA All-Star balloting. Wall’s grievances seem to stem from the fact that he’s fifth in Eastern Conference guard voting, and more importantly behind leader Kyrie Irving, who has played three games all season. “It’s a joke,” Wall told CSNmidatlantic.com’s J. Michael. “I...
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