Wall’s career has had its fair share of ups and downs over the last few years.
When he was sent over to the Houston Rockets, many people hoped he would lead the young, promising team into a bright new era.
Well, that didn’t work out and the fit in Houston was in fact so bad that he spent the last season sitting on the bench.
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The days of sitting in street clothes are over as Wall just signed a two-year, $13.2 contract with the Clippers.
This is a huge move for Wall and also a big one for the Clippers too, who are sick and tired of not being a strong presence in the postseason.
In many ways, the Clippers now have their best shot at making the Finals.
Wall Loves LA
Some people may have forgotten about how great the Clippers can be because the last season saw George missing many games due to injury and Leonard sitting out the entire year as he rehabbed from surgery.
Both of those guys will be back and hopefully in fine form yet again.
And Wall, ready to play after a year of sitting out, will give them a major boost.
Wall has a career average of 19.1 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 9.1 assists.
Before things went south in Houston, he was actually averaging 20.6 points per game.
Wall is a guard who can be a sharp shooter and has an uncanny ability to find open players on the court.
The Clippers are excited to see all he has to offer.