Wall said he Will accept team orders if told into sit all Of next year #John_WallAugust 5, 2019
It’s not that he has completely ignored them in the past, but he will admit that over the years he has pushed back at times.
Wall, though, is currently dealing with the most serious injury of his career, an Achilles tear that required surgery in February.
Managing partner Ted Leonsis said last month Wall will “probably” miss all of next season.
Wall, in all likelihood, will be ready to return by the end of next season.
He could spend over 13 months recovering and still make it back in time to play a few games by the time 2019-20 is over.
Missing all of next season and returning at the start of 2020-21 would be about 20 months after his surgery.
That may be a tough reality for Wall to accept if he feels ready to come back.
But if the Wizards say that’s what they want, that’s what he plans to do.
He’s already six months into his recovery.
According to Five Thirty Eight, the historical average recovery time for an Achilles tear is 269 days, or nearly nine months.
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