Randy Wittman’s mom, like all Wizards fans, wants to know when John Wall’s coming back
Summary of 4 articles · Updated Dec 4, 2012
Already sidelined for more than two months, Washington Wizards point guard John Wall still is not ready to practice, let alone play - and coach Randy Wittman said Monday night he does not know when his best player will return. As you'd expect, then, everybody interested in the success and watchability of the Washington Wizards is very eager for Wall's return, and as you'd expect, that leads to head coach Randy Wittman fielding a lot of questions about his recovering point guard ... Wittman continued: "I mean, right now, we're still progressing the way we are with his rehab. Not too many people figured this outcome would happen, though, a message Wizards coach Randy Wittman delivered to his players before their worst-in-the-NBA team went out and beat the Heat 105-101 on Tuesday night behind Jordan Crawford's 22 points and despite James' triple-double of 26 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists. The Wizards finished 20-46, the second-worst record in the league. Perhaps inspired by the courtside presence of Washington Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III, who exchanged a handshake with Cowboys fan James after the final buzzer, the Wizards doubled their victory total this season. Following an 84-82 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers that gave the District dozen their first mark on the "W" side of the ledger, the Wiz came out Friday night and promptly got smoked by the New York Knicks, running their record to a league-worst 1-13 and ending the team's season-high winning streak at one game.
Already sidelined for more than two months, Washington Wizards point guard John Wall still is not ready to practice, let alone play - and coach Randy Wittman said Monday night he does not know when his best player will return.