John Wall injury: Wizards G eyes January return

Kevin C. Cox

John Wall of the Washington Wizards is looking to return to the basketball court sometime in January.

Washington Wizards point guard John Wall will still be waiting awhile before he'll be able to see the basketball court. Marc Spears of Yahoo Sports reports that Wall has decided to wait until January before making his debut. Wall didn't get any more specific than that though, and didn't express a specific date regarding when he could return.

Wall has struggled with injuries most of his first two seasons in the league. Wall played with foot and knee injuries in 2010-11, and he has so far not played this entire 2012 season as he recovers from a left patellar stress injury. Wall did have an excellent rookie campaign and came up second in the voting for Rookie of the Year behind Blake Griffin.

Washington has been absolutely hopeless with Wall on the bench, posting one of the worst records in the NBA last season. Washington is faring even worse this season, posting a record of 3-23, worst in the NBA.

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