Another former Cat will have to miss the NBA All-Star Game. According to Candace Buckner, John Wall will undergo a knee procedure tomorrow and will be out six weeks, meaning he will not participate in the All-Star festivities in Los Angeles next month.
DEVELOPING: John Wall will undergo a knee procedure tomorrow (described as a clean up). He will miss six weeks & will not play in upcoming All-Star weekend, The Washington Post has learned.
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— Candace Buckner (@CandaceDBuckner) January 30, 2018
Wall has been experiencing soreness in his knee after injuring it in early November. Yesterday, he went to Cleveland to meet with doctors and get an MRI, which revealed that the knee needs to get scoped. Wall is averaging 19.4 points, 9.3 assists, and 3.6 rebounds this season, but when he knee flares up, he’s noticeably slowed. Here’s hoping tomorrow’s procedure finally gets him back on track.
First Boogie, now Wall? Can someone go wrap Anthony Davis and Karl Towns in bubble wrap, please?