• John Wall has been out since the 2018-2019 season with a series of injuries
  • Wall is known as an explosive scorer and a great dancer
  • He was spotted dancing with the Special Olympics team in Virginia

The Washington Wizard’s John Wall has been the team’s franchise player since he was drafted as the first overall pick in the 2010 draft. But series of injuries and unfortunate circumstances has shelved the top athlete for more than a year now. He hasn’t seen action since the 2018-2019 season.

He only played 32 games that year as he sustained a season-ending heel injury. He then fell into more unfortunate events as he developed an infection in the incision from his injury. To make matters worse he then suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon when he slipped and fell in his home.

The five-time NBA All-Star has been training and recovering for the past few years. When he’s on the floor he’s considered as an all-around threat with his elite athleticism and excellent court vision. He’s had multiple seasons where he averaged a double-double in points and assists – highlighted by the 2016-2017 campaign of 23.1 points and 10.7 assists. He’s also considered as a great defensive guard with steals and blocks in his repertoire.

But one thing that made Wall stand out when he was on the court was his sensational dance moves. It was his rookie campaign when the star guard was being called into the starting lineup introductions. With the tune of Teach Me How To Dougie playing, Wall took over the floor with his own craft version of the viral dance.

He’s hasn’t had many appearances on the court in recent days. But footage of him displaying the old dance moves like before has emerged. Wall was a guest referee for the Special Olympics team in Virginia. The short clip saw him started out busting a groove with the players before the game.

The Wizards are ninth in the Eastern Conference with a 23-40 record. Bradley Beal who has been on a constant tear throughout the year currently leads their squad in a fight for a playoff spot. He’s averaging 30 points a game and can explode for a 50-point outburst at any point.

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John Wall has been the topic of trade speculation recently. In this picture, Wall of the Washington Wizards looks on during the second half against the New Orleans Pelicans at Capital One Arena in Washington, DC, November 24, 2018. Will Newton/Getty Images