Wall missed the first couple months of the season due to a left knee injury and he was frustrating fantasy owners to no end. However, as we stand here today, Wall has completely resurrected his fantasy value.
Since returning, Wall has looked like the All-Star point guard that fantasy owners have become accustomed to seeing. In particular, Wall has had a huge week for fantasy owners. In his three games this week, Wall has scored 79 points and racked up 33 assists, or an average of 26.3 points and 11 assists per game.
He has knocked down 17 of his 19 shots from the charity stripe and even added 17 rebounds. These are the types of fantasy performances that owners have missed from Wall all year, and he couldn’t be playing any better right now.
Even more promising heading into the fantasy playoffs is Wall’s statement that he doesn’t feel like he is in game shape yet. If Wall is just getting into shape, just imagine the stat lines he will be producing in the championship rounds next month.
Wall will be a great point guard down the stretch for fantasy owners. He will continue to increase his numbers across the board and will be worth starting in every format for the last couple weeks of the season.