Wizards star to miss 2 weeks with knee injury

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Most noteworthy, the Wizards turnover percentage raises from 13.6 with John Wall on the court to an alarming 17.4 without the four-time All-Star.

The Wizards say the injury occurred November 7 when Wall banged knees against the Mavericks, but he's been playing through the injury since it occurred.

John Wall is out for at least two weeks as he recovers from a sore knee. The star point guard was experiencing soreness in his left knee over the last few weeks and even had it drained at one point by the Wizards' training staff. "We figure this is the early part of the season, and we're in no rush". Frazier has started two games previously this season and averaged 5.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 8.0 assists in 33.5 minutes per game over those two starts.

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The Wizards have had a lot of up and downs already this season.

Backup Tim Frazier will replace Wall in the starting lineup, with Tomas Satoransky moving into the rotation. "That's it", said Frazier, who had eight assists in each of his two starts this season. A prolonged absence from Wall could be trouble for Washington, but it's best to keep your best players healthy.

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