It’s been some time since fans have seen the man play professional ball because he sat out the entire last season with the Houston Rockets.
Followers of the Clippers are hoping they get a version of Wall similar to the one from a few years ago when he was putting up 20 points and nearly 10 assists a game.
The regular season hasn’t started yet but we are already seeing signs of the old Wall.
John Wall's Dougie is still elite 🤩
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 7, 2022
For example, before a preseason game the other night, Wall was on the sidelines doing the Dougie.
This might seem like a little thing but it’s actually important because the dance was a pre-game warm-up for years when Wall was playing with the Washington Wizards.
With the return of this dance and a renewed sense of determination, is Wall about to play the best ball of his career?
The Return Of Wall
Wall’s career average is currently 19.1 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 9.1 assists.
Those numbers would be more than enough to make him a pivotal part of the Clippers and their drive to make it far in the postseason and even to the NBA Finals.
What if he has spent too much time off the court and is very rusty when the season starts?
These are questions swirling through the heads of Clippers fans.
But they should also be thinking of something else: what if Wall is as good as he once was?
What happens if Wall dances his way onto the court and plays amazing basketball with Leonard, George, and their stacked roster?
If that’s the case, Wall won’t be the only one dancing.