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Houston Rockets may bring John Wall back this season. During the pregame press conference, Houston Rockets head coach Stephen Silas was asked immediately about the possible return of point guard John Wall.

Earlier, NBA reporter Adrian Wojnarowski revealed Wall has had discussions with general manager Rafael Stone about a potential return this season.

Wall has two years and $91 million remaining on his current contract. He participated in 40 games last year but has not taken the court at all this season due to his agreement with the Rockets.

(via Rocketswire):

“Rafael (Stone) and John (Wall) spoke and as far as I know John is wanting to come back and there will be discussions around that,” said coach Silas.

“We will see. I just found out this afternoon. As far as I know, they have spoken, and we will see what will happen. He has been around at practices, on the plane, and at games around the group. It will just be a big difference of him playing in the game.”

The Rockets are currently 2-16 after breaking a 15-game losing streak with a win over the Chicago Bulls Friday night.