According to a statement from the Wizards, Wall ruptured his Achilles "after slipping and falling at his home".
Their highest-paid player, point guard John Wall was already ruled out for the remainder of the year because of complications arising from an infection during surgery to his left heel, and now it's been revealed Wall may miss next season too.
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Wall developed an infection after undergoing an operation on January 8 to fix his chronic Achilles issues. Douoguih estimated the recovery range for Wall's injury, "at John's age", to be from 11 to 15 months.
Traditionally Achilles injuries could spell a death sentence for basketball players, especially centres and forwards, because larger players find it extremely hard to make sharp movements and change direction after the injury. "He had a slight increase in discomfort".
Godspeed, Wall! The NBA needs him back sooner than later. Last season, when he had an operation on his left knee, Wall played in 41 of Washington's 82 games. He also underwent surgeries on both knees in 2016.
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Wall averaged 20.7 points, 8.7 assists and 3.6 rebounds in 32 games this season and will begin a four-year contract extension next season worth $170 million over four years.
After a 137-129 loss at home against the last-place Atlanta Hawks on Monday night, the Wizards are 22-31 and tied for 10th in the Eastern Conference.
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