The King shows love to John Wall after his suicidal comments.

Published August 30, 2022 at 9:41

John Wall has had a rough few years in the NBA. After such a strong start to his career, the past 4 years have really been a struggle for the former All Star point guard. Wall was with the Wizards for most of his career until he sustained a massive knee injury which sidelined him
for 2 years.

He then got traded to the Rockets to try and team up with James Harden. However, Harden had different plans, as he wanted to get out of Houston no matter the circumstances. The Rockets tried to convince Harden to stay with the acquisition of Wall, but that ultimately failed.

He is now with the Clippers, a very good team and one of the favourites to reach the NBA Finals. Although life on the court has improved for John Wall, life off the court has been a real struggle for the former Kentucky Wildcat point guard.

In a recent interview, John Wall deeply shares that he thought about committing suicide the last 2-3 years, especially after the death of his mom.

Darkest place I've ever been in. At one point, I thought about committing suicide. Tearing my Achilles, my mom being sick, my mom passing, my grandma passing a year later, all this in the midst of COVID. At the same time, me going to chemotherapy, sitting by my mom taking her last breaths wearing the same clothes for 3 days straight... All those sacrifices... my team, the mother of my kids have been great. My two boys is my motivation... Looking at all this I'm like: "If I can get through this, I can get through anything in life.

I don't like to brag about it, because everybody goes through something. We all go through tough times, nobody got it easy. But I don't think a lot of people can get through what I went through. To me to be back on top where I want to be, see the fans still want me to play... means a lot.

Lebron James tweeted out that he will always have Wall's back, no matter what!

For the leader of the NBA, Lebron James, to show support to a fellow player is so wholesome to see. It will trickle down to the rest of the players in the NBA. Expect to see alot of players showing support and love to Wall in the upcoming NBA season.

John Wall averaged 20.6 PPG, 3.2 RPG, and 6.9 APG during the 2020-21 season, though he was fairly inefficient. This year, he might have a limited role as being the third option on a stacked Clippers roster. Expect Wall to have a breakout year, as less pressure is being put on him.
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The King shows love to John Wall after his suicidal comments.

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