Wall (knee) to miss next two weeks

John Wall to undergo treatment on knee, miss two weeks

John Wall is out for at least two weeks after receiving knee treatment

The Washington Wizards roster will be without their star point guard John Wall for at least the next two weeks, per Candace Buckner of the Washington Post.

Wall, the four-time All Star, had been experiencing discomfort and inflammation in his left knee after making contact in the Wizards game against the Dallas Mavericks on November 7. And for his part, the recently-extended Wall will now miss the next two weeks with a knee injury.

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Dr. Richard D. Parker with the Cleveland Clinic Marymount was consulted about the injury. Per ESPN Stats & Info, the Wizards offense efficiency drops from 110.6 to 99.8 when Wall is off the court.

In Wall's two-week absence, Tim Frazier and Tomas Satoransky are expected to play major minutes at the point guard position. He had already missed two games this season due to a sprained shoulder and a sprained right ankle.

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Wall is averaging 20.3 points, 3.4 rebounds, and 9.2 assists in 16 starts. "Obviously we can't be John, an All-Star, our leader, our best player, but we just got to step up and be the best we can and get as many wins as possible".

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