According to Candance Buckner of PostSports, Washington Wizards all-star John Wall might be out for the season. Apparently, he’s been having trouble with his left heel for years and it reached a point at which the discomfort level is just too high for NBA intensity of play.
DEVELOPING: After consulting with a foot specialist, #Wizards five-time all-star John Wall is contemplating surgery. If he does go forward with the procedure he will miss 6 to 8 months, The Post has learned.— Candace Buckner (@CandaceDBuckner) December 29, 2018
‘Luckily’ for the Wizards, they are having a dreadful season this year, so it might be the perfect time to send Wall to surgery and tank for the rest of the year. Washington is currently 11th in the East with a 13-23 record.
If Wall decides to get surgery for his left heel, he is expected to miss 6-8 months depending on how well he recovers. That means he’s definitely out for this season and will use up most of the off-season to get back on track.
Wall has been dealing with this issue for YEARS but it has reached an intolerable state this season.— Candace Buckner (@CandaceDBuckner) December 29, 2018
In spite of playing on a bum left heel, Wall has averaged 20.7 ppg, 8.7 apg and 3.6 rpg. These numbers are comparable to last season, when he made a fifth All-Star team https://t.co/23QoJKnTcP
Despite being hurt for a longer period of time and playing with a bad left heel, Wall has been putting up impressive numbers this season with 20.7 points per game and 8.7 assists and 3.6 rebounds. He would probably make it to the