Questions about John Wall's recovery draw agitated responses from Wizards coach.
The Wizards take on the slumping Lakers tonight, just after getting good news about John Wall's knee injury.
Orthopedic specialist says point guard's left knee is getting better and he can increase his level of basketball activity.
O.J. Mayo, Anderson Varejao, David Lee, Jrue Holiday have used the absence of big name players as an opportunity to have surprising breakout seasons.
Wizards point guard John Wall, who has missed the entire season with a left knee injury, will have his knee reexamined in New York on Friday, according to ESPN.com.
By Washington Post Sports Editors |
John Wall |
December 13, 2012
Wizards hope to win consecutive games for the first time this season as they take on James Harden and the Houston Rockets.
James Harden didn't know that the Wizards had passed on a chance to acquire him. But he also isn't concerned. “I’m here in Houston and trying to win games,” he said.
In his first start at point guard, Jordan Crawford had a rough beginning but a strong finish, outscoring New Orleans, 12-10, in the fourth quarter.
The Wizards' next seven games are part of back-to-back sets, a punishing stretch for the big man working his way back from a foot injury.
The Wizards (2-15) are seeking their first road win in New Orleans, where Coach Randy Wittman has been forced to install his sixth different starting lineup against the Hornets. Jordan Crawford will get the nod at starting point guard with A.J. Price going down with a broken hand in the Wizards’ 101-97 loss to the […]