Age: 28 Height: 6-4 Weight: 195 lbs School: Kentucky
2019_Hamidou Diallo, Oklahoma City 2018_Donovan Mitchell, Utah 2017_Glenn Robinson III, Indiana 2016_Zach LaVine, Minnesota 2015_Zach LaVine, Minnesota 2014_John Wall, Washington 2013_Terrence Ross, Toronto 2012_Jeremy Evans, Utah 2011_Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers 2010_Nate Robinson, Nueva York 2009_
Back on Jan. 13, the Wizards were just over two weeks removed from the news John Wall would be lost for the season and they had won five of seven games. That afternoon at Capital One Arena, they took the Toronto Raptors to double-overtime, only to fall just short of a momentous upset. Since then, a lot
Wizards' John Wall undergoes successful surgery for torn Achilles originally appeared on nbcsportswashington.com Washington Wizards guard John Wall underwent successful surgery for his ruptured left Achilles Tuesday, a source confirmed with NBC Sports Washington. Wall informed reporters of the surgery date when he met with media members after the Wizards' Friday night home win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. The team previously announced Dr. Robert Anderson in Green Bay, WI would perform the procedure.
Wizards' newfound depth on display with big bench scoring effort vs. Bulls originally appeared on nbcsportswashington.com The injuries to John Wall and Dwight Howard have left the margins thin for the Washington Wizards, producing a noticeable lack of depth in recent weeks as Markieff Morris was also sidelined with a neck injury. The pair of trades they made this week, however, have already helped stretch out their rotation. They lost a very good player in Otto Porter Jr., who was shipped to the Bulls.
John Wall opened up about the ruptured Achilles tendon that will force him to miss most if not all of next season, saying, "God is telling me something. To sit down and get yourself fully healthy."