Wizards' John Wall (knee) expected to miss two weeks

Wizards' John Wall (knee) expected to miss two weeks

Wizards' John Wall (knee) expected to miss two weeks

Washington Wizards All-Star guard John Wall will be out approximately two weeks, according to the team. According to the team, Wall suffered a "knee-to-knee contact" injury vs. the Mavericks way back on November 7th. He scored a season-high 31 points and dished out 11 assists in the Wizard's most recent game, a loss to the Hornets Wednesday. The team discovered an injury to his knee that will sideline him for at least two weeks.

Early Saturday, the Washington Wizards announced that John Wall underwent an MRI exam on his injured left knee.

Wall has suffered a series of knee injuries in his career. Not quite as good as last season, but he is averaging 20.3 points, 9.2 assists and 3.4 rebounds per game.

The Wizards will turn to backup point guard Tim Frazier in his absence.

Wall could be out the next seven games and possibly return on December 9. He had already missed two games this season due to a sprained shoulder and a sprained right ankle.

Washington now owns a 10-8 record and is tied with the New York Knicks for the final two playoff spots in the East early this seaosn.

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