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Wizards PG John Wall says hand and wrist are 'perfect'
|by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer|
|(7/15/15) Point guard John Wall, who suffered multiple fractures in his hand and wrist during a fall in last season's playoffs, worked out in Las Vegas on Tuesday and said the injury was fully healed, per The Washington Post.
Wall, who suffered the injury in Game 1 of the Wizards' series against the Hawks, returned to action for Games 5 and 6, and averaged 17.5 points and 10.0 assists.
"It's fine now. It's perfect," Wall said of the injury. "I'm back working out so I'm good."
Wizards PG John Wall kicked off American Airlines flight
|by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer|
|(5/30/15) Wizards point guard John Wall was kicked off a flight in Las Vegas on Tuesday, per usatoday.com.
Police said on Friday that Wall was with a group of people on an American Airlines flight around 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday. One of the people in Wall's group got into a verbal altercation with another passenger, who was not with the group, and that's when the airline requested Wall and his group be removed from the plane.
Police said there were no charges or arrests.
Wall averaged 17.6 points, 10 assists and 4.6 rebounds per game this season for the Wizards.
Bradley Beal, John Wall believe Wizards should have beaten Hawks
|by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com|
|(5/18/15) The Wizards came close to sending their second-round series with the Hawks to a seventh game. But as it happened, the ball stayed in Paul Pierce's hand a tad too long and the Hawks survived and advanced.
Three days later, the Wizards are still fuming about the lost opportunity.
“In my opinion, we should’ve won 4-1,” Bradley Beal said, via The Washington Post.
John Wall, who fractured his wrist, said things would have been different if the Hawks were the team that suddenly had to deal with injuries to major guys on the team.
“You take away Al Horford or Jeff Teague from their team for three games, the series would be totally different,” Wall said. “I’m a big key to this team. This team can still do great things without me. Those guys competed and gave themselves a chance to win."
Wittman, Wizards G John Wall differ on plan to heal hand
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(5/18/15) Randy Wittman is under the impression that Wizards star guard John Wall will be visiting a specialist later this week to determine if surgery will be needed on his left wrist, according to Comcast Sportsnet. But Wall is claiming he will not need surgery.
Wall sustained seven displaced fractures to his hand and wrist during the second-round playoff series against Atlanta. He missed three games, but returned to average 17.5 points and 10 assists in Games 5 and 6.
Wittman: Bradley Beal and John Wall will be Wizards for long time
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(5/16/15) Wizards coach Randy Wittman gave a vote of confidence to his two star guards.
Wittman said of Bradley Beal and John Wall, "Brad and John are going to be here a long time," per the Washington Post. The Wizards can sign Beal to an extension this summer.
|John Wall put any injury concerns behind him in 2014-15, as he made his second All-Star game in a row and truly cemented his place among the best point guards in the game. Though his scoring fell to 17.6 points per game, Wall was actually a better Fantasy option in 2014-15 than the previous season, as he improved his assists to 10.0 per game, while adding 4.6 rebounds and 0.8 3-pointers per game. Wall has now played at least 79 games in three of the last four seasons and is one of the most consistent double-double threats in the league, making him a truly elite Fantasy option. He might go as high as the first round, and won't last much longer than the middle of the second round in most Fantasy leagues on Draft Day.
(Updated 8/10/15) |
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