During an interview with NBC Sports Washington, John Wall said that he's finally "pain-free" for the first time in his NBA career.
Wall is currently rehabbing from the ruptured Achilles tendon that he suffered, and he suffered from knee and heel issues even before that major injury. The time off has Wall feeling the healthiest that he has since entering the NBA, which is very good news for the Wizards. "I feel young, to be honest," Wall said Friday. "I hooped today, and I was like 'I feel like I didn't even play today.' The most important thing is me locking in and making sure that I have my body prepared to play a whole season." With Wall and Bradley Beal (shoulder) both healthy, the Wizards lineup will be far more potent than the group that's currently in the Orlando bubble. Aug 07 9:31 pm (EST)
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