John Wall PG WAS 1 Month

Wall underwent a non-invasive shockwave procedure on his left knee earlier this offseason, CSN Washington reports.

Wall's procedure was considered a therapeutic treatment to calm the tendinitis in his left knee. In his first All-Star campaign, Wall played in all 93 of the Wizards' combined regular season and playoff games this past season. Additionally, he joined Team USA in an attempt to make the FIBA World Cup setup this summer. Even though Wall was eventually cut from tryouts, his knee procedure can be seen as pure maintenance to preserve his health and considered a non-issue moving forward.

John Wall PG WAS 2 Months

John Wall said his back injury almost kept him from participating with Team USA this summer.

"I was still in the process of rebuilding and getting that back stronger, so I didn't know that I was going to have the opportunity to come," Wall said. "I didn't want to come and take somebody's spot that they could've gave to somebody else if I wasn't healthy. So basically I just waited." This is interesting to hear because the last time he had a back injury on record was in November, so it suggests he played through some pain this season. He's a No. 1 point guard in fantasy leagues and is worth a look at the end of the first round.

John Wall PG WAS 2 Months

John Wall will be participating in Team USA camp starting on Monday.

Earlier this month, he was not expected to be on the team, but now he's a very strong bet to play with them this summer. Wall grew as a point guard and not just a scorer this season, leading the NBA in total assists. He'll be one of the best point guards in the NBA for the next decade or so.

John Wall PG WAS 2 Months

John Wall will not be on the Team USA roster which will be announced on Monday, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.

Wall could still be included before Team USA begins their training camp in late July, and the FIBA World Cup won't be held until August 30 - September 14. It's unclear why Wall has been left off the initial roster, but it shouldn't take long for more supporting details to emerge.

John Wall PG WAS 4 Months

John Wall made 5-of-16 from the field for 12 points with five boards, nine assists, two steals, one block in 44 minutes during a series-ending loss to the Pacers on Thursday.

His body language wasn't the greatest and the Wizards didn't have any fast-break points in the first half. Indiana allowed Wall to take jumpers and kept the All-Star point guard to just 15 field goals in the paint in this six-game series. He really grew this season as a facilitator and will head into next season as a first-round target in standard leagues.

John Wall PG WAS 4 Months

John Wall went off in Tuesday's road victory in an elimination game, scoring 27 points on 11-of-20 shooting with three 3-pointers, five rebounds and five assists.

Wall's recent eye injury is no longer a concern and this was easily his best game of the series, ensuring that the Wizards will play at least one more game in D.C. during Thursday's Game 6. Fellow starters Bradley Beal (18 points) and Trevor Ariza (10 points, 10 rebounds) also had productive games, and Marcin Gortat stole the show with a career-high 31 points and 16 boards.

John Wall PG WAS 4 Months

John Wall said that his scratched eye is "fine" and he is no longer wearing a medicated contact lens.

Although he's healthy, Wall has been struggling in the playoffs with averages of 15.6 points on 34.4 percent shooting, 0.4 threes, 3.8 rebounds and 7.1 assists per game, all below his regular-season averages. The Wizards will try to extend their second-round series with a Game 5 victory in Indiana on Tuesday.

John Wall PG WAS 4 Months

John Wall (eye) struggled again on Sunday, making 4-of-11 field goals for 12 points, seven assists and five turnovers in Washington's Game 4 defeat.

Wall's eye was scratched during Friday's game and the injury may have contributed to his struggles, but it's hard to sugarcoat his 34.2 percent shooting from the field this postseason. The Wizards will need to win three straight games, including two in Indiana, to advance to the Eastern Conference finals.

John Wall PG WAS 4 Months

Despite shooting just 34.2 percent and averaging 16 points through the first eight playoff games, John Wall will not be making adjustments to his offensive game.

"I'm taking shots I made all season," Wall said. "That's why I became an all-star. That's why I averaged more points. So I'm not going to stop shooting because of what people might say... That's my confidence and what I believe in and what I worked on. This series, they haven't been falling, just like Chicago series. But at the same time, you do what you do and what you worked on." The Wizards will need more from Wall on the offensive end if they hope to even up the series for Sunday's Game 4, look for Wall to be more aggressive.

John Wall PG WAS 4 Months

John Wall (eye) practiced without limitations on Saturday and will be ready to go for Sunday's Game 4 in D.C.

Wall met with doctors twice and he's wearing a medicated contact in his eye, which was scratched during the third quarter of Game 3. He's coming off a disappointing game in which he coughed up seven turnovers and led an anemic offensive effort that resulted in a 63-85 home loss.