John Wall Set to Miss Time With Injury

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Things have not gone too swimmingly for John Wall and the Washington Wizards. And for his part, the recently-extended Wall will now miss the next two weeks with a knee injury.

After receiving an MRI, John Wall is expected to miss two weeks of the 2017-18 National Basketball Association season after undergoing treatment on his sore left knee.

Wall initially was injured during a November 7 loss to the Dallas Mavericks.

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He consulted with Dr. Richard D. Parker at the Cleveland Clinic Marymount, along with Wizards head team physician Wiemi Douoguih, and underwent an MRI on Friday. Frazier has started two games previously this season and averaged 5.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 8.0 assists in 33.5 minutes per game over those two starts. He has 42 career starts, including two this season and 35 with the Pelicans during the 2016-17 campaign.

Backup Tim Frazier will replace Wall in the starting lineup, with Tomas Satoransky moving into the rotation. He'll miss games consecutively for the first time in two seasons.

By sitting Wall for the next couple weeks, Washington is hoping to get him 100 percent healthy for the remainder of the year.