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John Wall would lose up to two months by knee procedure

Washington Wizards star point guard John Wall will undergo a knee procedure on Tuesday and could lose two months, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowzki and reports.

The news was first reported by the Washington Post, which reported that Wall will not play in the All-Star Game next month. The procedure has been described as a cleaning, according to the Post.
Wall underwent an MRI on his left knee on Monday and was scheduled to visit the Cleveland Clinic to meet with orthopedic surgeon Richard D. Parker, who performed two knee surgeries on Wall in May 2016 and attended to Wall when he began. experience inflammation and pain in November. Parker will perform Tuesday’s procedure on Wall, according to Brian Windhorst of ESPN and the Post.
Wall met with orthopedic surgeon Richard D. Parker, who performed two knee surgeries on Wall in May 2016 and attended to Wall when he began experiencing inflammation and pain in November. Parker, of the Cleveland Clinic, will perform the procedure.
The owner hit his knees 10 games into the season, in a game against Dallas, and has been dealing with problems ever since. He underwent an MRI earlier this season and was also drained and received injections.
Wall was scheduled to play for the LeBron team on February 18 in Los Angeles in what would have been his fifth straight All-Star Game. He is averaging 19.4 points and 9.3 assists this season, both numbers a little better than his career averages.

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