The NBA is a league filled with talent. Some talents more special than others, but the only way to remain on top is to make the most of them through hard work.
John Wall seems to understand that concept, as ‘Uninterrupted’ posted a video of the Washington Wizards All-Star point guard working out at five o’clock in the morning.
Road to recovery: @JohnWall's early a.m. Saturday work out, "Trying to do something special."https://t.co/UBzzPzTUGr
— UNINTERRUPTED (@uninterrupted) August 27, 2016
Wall, who underwent surgery on both knees to remove calcium deposits and loose bodies, promised the fans to make the best recovery possible.
“I am determined to lead this team back to the playoffs and getting healthy is the best way for me to accomplish that,” Wall said in the Wizards news release.
“I can promise the fans, my teammates and the organization that I will be focused on that goal throughout the summer and it will drive me to do everything I can to be ready for next season.”
The six-year man out of Kentucky seems to have kept the said promise, though that’s still yet to translate to on-court activities.
Wall had a phenomenal season last year, setting career-highs in points (19.9), assists (10.2), rebounds (4.9), steals (1.9), and blocks per game (0.8).
Seeing him set the wheels in motion through his recovery process is surely a welcome sight for his fans.