Wizards' John Wall (knee) expected to miss two weeks

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The Washington Wizards have announced that John Wall will miss at least two weeks to deal with discomfort in his left knee. The doctors decided that Wall would receive platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and viscosupplementation injections in hopes of reducing the inflammation in his knee.

In addition, the Wizards announced Wall's left knee injury transpired after making knee-to-knee contact in the November 7 game against the Dallas Mavericks. Not quite as good as last season, but he is averaging 20.3 points, 9.2 assists and 3.4 rebounds per game. As a result, Wall sat out against the Toronto Raptors but returned against the Milwaukee Bucks and Charlotte Hornets. He missed the first two months of the 2012-13 season with a stress fracture in his left kneecap, and he underwent surgery on both knees in May 2016.

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The Wizards (10-8) host the Portland Trail Blazers on Saturday. "That said, he's our leader". "Obviously we can't be John, an All-Star, our leader, our best player, but we just got to step up and be the best we can and get as many wins as possible".

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