John Wall Has Emphatic Message For Doubters Ahead Of 2022-23 Season

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John Wall was ruled out of the 2021–22 season due to an uncomfortable contract situation with the Houston Rockets.

As a result, he has turned into a somewhat forgotten All-Star in the NBA.

That being said, Wall doesn't believe it will take long for her to make some noise on the Los Angeles Clippers next season.

"Of course a lot of people have forgotten about me but it doesn't take them long to get back up,"

Wall told Om Youngmisuke.

Wall averaged 20.6 points and 6.9 assists per game during the 2020-21 season.

He was still playing at a high level before missing an entire season.

"I know how much work I've put into myself and what I'm doing,"

Wall added. "I just stay true to myself."

Wall signed a two-year, $13.2 million contract with the Clippers earlier this off-season.

He's excited that he won't have to bear the burden of guilt.

"It will be hard for them to defend," Wall told ESPN. "for me,

I am happy because I don't have the best player to defend me every night, as I have been in my entire career.

You tell me the third best defender has to protect me? May you be successful."

John Wall Has Emphatic Message For Doubters Ahead Of 2022-23 Season