John Wall was soon unable to play the hope of his first game since 2018, and Wizards General Manager Tommy Sheppard stated that Wall would not go to Orlando with the team to resume the season .
According to Shepard, part of the reason is that Walt Disney World’s isolation foam can only hold up to 35 people per team, but the coronavirus pandemic also hindered Wal’s ability to recover from multiple operations.
The general manager of the Wizards said in a video call with the reporter: “He must have lost all his basketball achievements.” “He must focus on what he has to do, but if someone enters the bubble that does not work, then There will be more people in the bubble.”
Since December 2018, Wall has not participated in NBA games.
His left heel bone spur surgery ended his 2018-19 season.
When he walked back from there, he tore his left Achilles tendon.
Wall announced in late May that his health was “110%” and said: “I am eager to return there.”
But now the Wizards have poured cold water into those plans, which means that Wall will now have to fight for the return of 2020-21 according to the original plan.