Rockets' John Wall Injured Again, Done for the Season

The Houston Rockets have announced the team will be without guard John Wall who will miss the remainder of the season with a hamstring injury.

Wall and the team received his MRI results back on Monday and that's when the decision was made. It's his right-leg with the issue and unfortunately for Wall his legs seem to be letting him down in recent years.

The 30-year-old is becoming one of the more often injured players in the league, meanwhile when he's on the court he can ball with anybody. This injury occurred during the Rockets matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday. He's already missed five games in March due to a knee contusion and has sat out many other games this season for resting his left knee.

Wall's been very open about his injuries and recently spoke with the Houston Chronicle and had this to say about this season:

(Knee inflammation has) been there almost since I got hit in the Lakers game early in the year. But it's not really bothering me. I can play through that. It was more so the tightness in my hamstring and my hip contusion that was bothering me.

In the 40 games he did play this season, Wall was impressive averaging 20.6 points, 6.9 dimes, 3.2 rebounds and 1.1 steals per game. Let's hope he can rest up and come back to H-Town next season 100%.

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