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John Wall is gearing up for a potential 2022-23 season of emergence with the Los Angeles Clippers, and he reportedly holds high regard for his much-awaited comeback in the hardwood.

As noted by league insider Marc Stein, Wall is ‘looking good’ in his summer workouts – which gives a hint that an extreme commitment to his craft is beating on the side of the former All-star guard.

“Ongoing murmurs we’ve been hearing about newly signed John Wall looking good during his summer workouts,” reported by Stein.

Wall, who was a former franchise cornerstone for the Washington Wizards, has hitted the rock bottom of his career in the past few years. Battling unavailability woes, isolation, and the agony of the death of his beloved mother, he recently admitted that he had contemplations of committing suicide.

But as he is now on the new stage of his career, Wall was welcomed with open arms by the Clippers. His two-year, $13.2 million contract serves as a fresh start to finally redeem himself.

Wall’s steady contribution, play making, and desire to bounce back from rough experiences will truly be crucial on Los Angeles’ ongoing hunt for that elusive ring.