• Wizards' Wall makes first start of season

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Jan 26, 2013
    John Wall is back in the starting lineup for the Washington Wizards. Wall, who came off the bench for the first seven games after his return from a knee injury, had assists on the Wizards' first two baskets in a game in which Washington never trailed. At the midpoint of their season, and with John Wall back in the starting lineup, the Washington Wizards finally lifted themselves off the bottom of the NBA. The Wolves were only 4-12 from the field and matched the Wizards three turnovers. Coach Randy Wittman said Wall would start for the first time this season Friday night against the Minnesota Timberwolves. He wowed the crowd with a nice spin move for a layup late in the first half and went 6 for 10 from the field in 21 minutes, his playing time still limited after missing 33 games with a stress injury to his left knee cap.
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