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John Wall’s discomfort continues, the leader reacts cash!

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Ready to play, John Wall yet squats the bench of the Rockets since the resumption of the season. An ubiquitous situation, especially since the collective results are catastrophic and the interest for the player close to nothing. The person concerned has just come out of silence.

It is October 23, the Rockets win 124-91 against the Thunder, while Christian Wood is a hit in the racket. The interior plants 31 points and 14 rebounds, while Kevin Porter Jr also shines with 18 units. Houston takes its record to 1/1, and hopes to continue. This is the first and last victory for the Texas franchise to date, which has just strung 15 straight losses and is at 1/16.

The latest? This Monday night, against the Celtics on the score of 108-90. Not much to do against Jayson Tatum’s 30 points, but the anger is there. Houston sinks, and keeps pace to achieve the worst season in NBA history, even ahead of the Bobcats at the time. It’s a problem, especially with John Wall’s situation.

John Wall soon back on the floors?

The leader is in good health, ready to play, but must wait for a trade. The problem is that his contract does not interest anyone in the market, compromising a trade. Chris Mannix, reporter for Sports Illustrated, is very annoyed by all of this, and let it be known on Twitter: why not play Wall in view of recent events?

Wall doesn’t turn Houston into a good team. But when franchises are having a run like the Rockets – or like Boston, it would be nice to have an experienced lead player to bet on. Instead, Houston prefers a 19-year-old (Jalen Green, Editor’s note).

John Wall’s situation is pretty crazy. He travels with the Rockets, he sits on the bench in uniform but doesn’t play. I don’t know how that helps the Rockets and Wall.

No, this situation does not help anyone. Wall can not reassure about his state of health, especially to gain interest, while the Rockets rush towards the wall continuing to do so. The leader also reacted on Twitter to this message with humor:

I was not in uniform

John Wall gets paid to do nothing, and the Rockets seem happy with it all. But given this series of defeats, and this sad record in sight, it might be time to try something. Response in the coming weeks.

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