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May 5, 2016 | 4:04 pm EDT Update
The Washington Wizards announced that point guard John Wall underwent surgery on both knees Thursday morning in Cleveland and will begin a rehabilitation process immediately. Wall is expected to be ready for the start of next season, but his status for training camp is unknown and he won’t be available to play for Team USA in the Olympics this summer. Wall was one of 31 finalists for the 12-man roster headed to Rio Janeiro in August but was considered a longshot to make the team.
Wall attended the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Game 2 win over the Atlanta Hawks at Quicken Loans Arena Wednesday night before he had loose particles taken out of his right knee and calcium deposits removed from his left patella tendon by Dr. Richard D. Parker at the Cleveland Clinic Marymount the next morning. The right knee procedure – known as an arthroscopic lavage – is considered routine and relatively minor, but the operation on the left knee would’ve wiped Wall out for months had he undergone the surgery during the season.

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