John Wall
PG WAS
3 days ago

Wall totaled 13 points (6-15 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 0-4 FT), four assists, two steals, one rebound and one block across 28 minutes during a 93-87 win over the Grizzlies on Wednesday.

EDGE Analysis

In his return from a nine-game absence due to a knee injury, Wall was a bit rusty as he shot 40 percent from the field and missed all of his free throw attempts. He received 28 minutes, which indicates that he is not far off from his usual workload. It may take a few games for him to get back into the groove, but expect Wall to be posting his usual balanced stat lines soon.

John Wall
PG WAS
3 days ago

Wall (knee) will play during Wednesday's game against the Grizzlies, Jacob Bogage of the Washington Post reports. He will be on a mid-20s minutes restriction, per Zach Rosen of the Wizards' official site.

EDGE Analysis

Wall has been sidelined since Nov. 25 after getting injections to deal with inflammation in his knee. With his return Wednesday, Tim Frazier and Tomas Satoransky will probably see reduced roles. Wall is still likely not a great DFS option Wednesday, however, considering his minutes restriction.

John Wall
PG WAS
4 days ago

Wall (knee) has officially been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Nets.

EDGE Analysis

Wall came into Tuesday with a questionable designation, but with the Wizards currently headed into a back-to-back set, they decided it was in Wall's best interest to remain sidelined at least one more contest. He's slated to make his return to the lineup Wednesday against the Grizzlies, though additional word on that should come following the team's morning shootaround. With Wall out once again Tuesday, Tim Frazier and Tomas Satoransky should see extended run at point guard, though it will likely remain a timeshare between the two.

John Wall
PG WAS
4 days ago

Wall (knee) should be considered doubtful for Tuesday's game against the Nets, with his return likely coming Wednesday against the Grizzlies, David Aldridge of Turner Sports reports.

EDGE Analysis

The possibility of Wall playing Tuesday hasn't been completely ruled out, but according to Aldridge, "all signs" are pointing to the point guard waiting until Wednesday to return. Assuming he's out, Tim Frazier and Tomas Satoransky will probably continue seeing extended run at point guard, while Bradley Beal takes on a more prominent role in the offense.

John Wall
PG WAS
4 days ago

Wall (knee) is questionable for Tuesday's matchup against the Nets, Zach Rosen of the Wizards' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

Wall went through a full practice Monday, which is an encouraging sign for his availability Tuesday. But, he's officially 50/50 at the moment, with more information likely coming as the team ramps up their activity throughout the day leading to tipoff. If he's ultimately held out Tuesday, there seems to be a solid chance he returns Wednesday instead.

John Wall
PG WAS
5 days ago

Wall (knee) went through a full practice Monday, but his availability for Tuesday's game against the Nets remains unclear, Candace Buckner of the Washington Post reports.

EDGE Analysis

Wall was listed as out in the game notes for Tuesday's contest, though those are often unreliable and it sounds like coach Scott Brooks wasn't exactly ready to officially rule him out. While Wall appears to be trending towards sitting out, he can tentatively be considered questionable for now, with another update on his availability likely coming following Tuesday's morning shootaround. If Wall can't give it a go against the Nets, there's a decent chance he then returns Wednesday against the Grizzlies.

John Wall
PG WAS
5 days ago

Wall (knee) is listed as out for Tuesday's game against the Nets, Zach Rosen of Wizards.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The designation comes courtesy of the team's game notes, which are subject to change before Tuesday night, so it's still somewhat possible that Wall could return to action. That said, it appears that, at this point, Washington is prepared to again be without Wall, who is working back from inflammation in his left knee. The All-Star went through a five-on-five practice Friday, and if he doesn't play Tuesday, the belief is that he'd likely return Wednesday against Memphis.

John Wall
PG WAS
1 week ago

Wall (knee) went through his first 5-on-5 practice Friday since being sidelined after receiving injections in his knee, though he'll remain out for Saturday's game against the Clippers, Candace Buckner of The Washington Post reports. According to Wall, his knee "felt great".

EDGE Analysis

This is a big step in Wall's progress and coincides with a report on Thursday that suggested he "could make his return to the lineup by the middle of next week." After Saturday, his next chance to take the floor will come Tuesday against the Nets. More updates on his availability should emerge as he continues to practice with the team leading up to that game. In the meantime, Tomas Satoranksy and Tim Frazier will seemingly continue seeing expanded roles.

John Wall
PG WAS
1 week ago

Wall (knee) has yet to go through a practice or shootaround and will remain out for Saturday's game against the Clippers, Candace Buckner of the Washington Post reports. According to a source of Buckner's, Wall "could make his return to the lineup by the middle of next week."

EDGE Analysis

The end of Wall's original two-week recovery timetable is Saturday's game against the Clippers, which he'll reportedly miss. He's progressed to half-court shooting and doing drills with the team's staff, but the fact that he has yet to participate in a shootaround or practice is somewhat discouraging. Regardless, there's apparently optimism he'll return in the near future, possibly as early as the middle of next week. More word on his status should emerge as he continues to hit milestones in his recovery. In the meantime, Tomas Satoransky and Tim Frazier will seemingly continue holding down the fort at point guard in Wall's absence.

John Wall
PG WAS
1 week ago

Wall (knee) was seen working out with coaches following Thursday's shootaround, Candace Buckner of the Washington Post reports.

EDGE Analysis

Wall is nearing the end of his original two-week timetable for a return and his ability to take part in a workout Thursday is only further evidence regarding his improved health. While Wall will remain sidelined for Thursday's matchup with the Suns, there appears to be a chance he's back for Saturday's tilt with the Clippers, which will be exactly two weeks since he's been on the sidelines. His status for Saturday will likely depend on his availability for practice on Friday, so look for another update following Friday's session.