John Wall made his debut with the Houston Rockets on Friday night against the Chicago Bulls to begin the preseason. In the first quarter of the contest, Wall proved he still excels at attacking the rim after scoring his first basket with the Clutch City team.

Of course, the Rockets entered a new era in the organization after Russell Westbrook requested a trade from Houston. The team proceeded to swap the former NBA MVP for John Wall, who is now playing for a different team aside from the Washington Wizards for the first time in his career.

Wall hasn't played in an NBA game since December of the 2018-19 season due to an array of injuries. However, the All-Star point guard believes he is back to being 100 percent healthy and is prepared to contribute with his new team.

With it being the preseason, the Rockets are likely going to limit Wall's minutes. At the same time, they would love to give him a chance to get his legs under him ahead of the regular season.

Despite the uncertainty surrounding the future of James Harden, Houston believes they have a roster talented enough to make noise in the Western Conference. However, regardless of whether or not Harden is with the team for the entirety of the campaign, they'll need Wall to become a key member of the roster.

It has been over two years since the last time fans saw Wall making plays for an NBA team. Given that, it's a welcome sight for fans of the league to see Wall showing no hesitation to attack the basket on Friday night.