Washington Wizards' John Wall out for season for ruptured Achilles tendon surgery

Wizards' Wall to have surgery on ruptured left Achilles

Wizards' John Wall Ruptures Achilles After Slipping and Falling at Home, Out 12 Months

After surgery to his Achilles, Wall developed an infection and during a routine surgery to clean the infection, it was discovered that his Achilles was in fact ruptured. "He had a slight increase in discomfort".

The Wizards have remained optimistic this season about potentially making the playoffs but without Wall in the lineup, that possibility is looking grimmer. He will make $38.2 million next season, $41.2 million in 2020-21, $44.3 million in 2021-22 and $47.3 million in 2022-23.

Wall was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2010 National Basketball Association draft out of Kentucky and was an All-Star each of the past five seasons. "Considering he's a player who relies so much on his quickness and explosiveness, there's also no guarantee he'll recapture his pre-injury form".

Wall has had three knee surgeries with his first dating back to September 2002 when he missed the first 33 games of the season. He will now have an operation on his achilles and is not expected to return to action until at least a year after the surgery.

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Cousins' advice to Wall was simple. "Through it all, just try to make sure you better yourself each day". That was my advice.

"That was my advice and like I said, there's no doubt in my mind he'll overcome this". This adds to a series of bad luck that continues to follow his career and whatever hope the Washington Wizards have had since they drafted the talented guard.

Washington Wizards player John Wall has suffered an injury that occurred off the court this time.

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