[Guide] The playoffs are always so out of reach for the Washington Wizards.
Someone was injured and couldn’t fight in time.
This summer, the Washington Wizards retained the team’s core guard John Wall with a five-year, $80 million contract. Although this value has been questioned by the outside world from the beginning, Wall is confident that he is definitely the leader of the league.
Top five point guards.
We can’t be sure whether Wall can be worth 80 million, but what we can be sure of is that Wall is indeed an indispensable part of the Wizards, and it is absolutely indispensable in the journey to the playoffs.
Wall was injured for a period of time last season, so he missed 33 games. The poor Wizards only got a poor 5 wins in the end.
But since Wall’s return, the Wizards’ record has improved significantly, winning 24 of their last 49 games.
Although the results are not much different for the Wizards, they all missed the playoffs, but at least we have seen Wall’s ability. During this period, he averaged 18.5 points and 7.6 assists per game.
Since 2008, the Wizards have never tasted the taste of the playoffs.
The arrival of Al Harrington in the summer brought the Wizards infinite hope for the new season, but just a few weeks later, the top management of the Wizards fell from heaven to hell. The team’s starting center Okafor was suspended indefinitely due to injury.
Forward Singleton was out for February with a thigh strain.
For such a situation, Wall can only be helpless, “Injury is the only factor that hinders our progress.”
However, in the face of so many difficulties, Wall is still confident that he can enter the playoffs. Even if the result is satisfactory, he must do his best.