One soaring dunk at a time, John Wall let everyone know that his surgically repaired knees are just fine.
Wall threw down three one-handed dunks in the first half of the Washington Wizards’ 100-79 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday night.
Wall scored all of his nine points in the first half and also had nine assists and three steals in his second preseason game. The star point guard had surgery on both of his knees in May to address lingering pain that had bothered him for a couple of years.
“It felt like my first game of my career
He had loose particles taken out of his right knee — considered a relatively minor procedure — and calcium deposits removed from his left patella tendon, a more invasive procedure that required several months of rehab. When he reported to training camp both he and new coach Scott Brooks said it was uncertain if he would play in…