Thursday, December 16, 2010

John Wall's Tendinitis Could Trouble Him All Season

Washington Wizards rookie point guard John Wall has sat out three of the team's last four games due to tendinitis in his right knee. The injury has been lingering since the Summer League. Head coach Flip Saunders recently told the Washington Examiner, "I don’t think, with his situation, having tendonitis, that he’s ever going to be pain free from that."

The Breakdown
When he's on the court, Wall puts up some big numbers. Fantasy owners just need to be aware that he could sit games now and then due to tendinitis and other various ailments. He's already missed more than a third of Washington's games. If Wall continues to have trouble staying on the court, you may want to consider dealing him if you can get good value in return.

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