John Wall in all likelihood will sit out the entire 2019-20 NBA season as he continues to rehab his ruptured right Achilles, but the Washington Wizards have figured out a way to keep him engaged with
John Wall suffered a ruptured Achilles recently after slipping and falling in his home, a setback that will sideline the already-injured Washington Wizards star another 12 months.
John Wall suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon in an accident in his home and is expected to be out at least 12 months, according to a statement issued by the Washington Wizards.
The NBA season has entered its final stretch, and it looks like the sixth-seeded Washington Wizards will have their star return to the lineup.
Washington Wizards superstar John Wall revealed this week that he intends to re-enroll at the University of Kentucky this coming summer to complete coursework so he can earn his bachelor’s degre
The Los Angeles Lakers have taken offense to some smack talk about Lonzo Ball out of the Washington Wizards ahead of Wednesday’s showdown between the teams at Staples Center.
Boston Celtics fans filling TD Garden for Wednesday’s Game 5 showdown with the Washington Wizards were expected to give Kelly Oubre Jr. a rude welcome.
Things were already going poorly for John Wall even before he took the court for Wednesday’s game against the Boston Celtics at Verizon Center.
Washington Wizards superstar John Wall recently made an appearance at Bright Beginnings, Inc.
When John Wall broke down on camera following Monday’s game against the Boston Celtics, it quickly became evident why the Washington Wizards star was so overcome with emotion.
In early March, Washington Wizards star John Wall posted the above video to his Instagram account in an effort to get in touch with Nicki Minaj in order to help a young girl’s dream of meeting
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall is utilizing his celebrity and reach on social media to help out a very special young fan suffering through a horribly unfair ordeal realize her dream of meet
The stars and the best of the best were out in full force on Sunday night at the 2014 NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans, but off them all, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving shone the brightest.
ESPN has released several clever little spots featuring such sports luminaries paired up as Lindsey Vonn and Carmelo Anthony, Clay Matthews and Kevin Love, John Wall and B.J.