Since John Wall has injured his left hand and wrist, he has missed multiple games. His coach should play it safe and keep him out for the rest of the season. If he lets him play, there is always the risk of further injury that might keep him out for good . Keeping John in, runs the risk of ruining his career forever.
Point guard for the Washington Wizards John Wall will not be played in the upcoming basketball game against the Atlanta Hawks. After fracturing several bones in his hand recently, coach Randy Wittman will make the decision to keep Wall from playing for awhile, in fear of causing any further damage.
Washington Wizards Coach Randy Wittman will indeed play it safe and keep John Wall out for the postseason. This is because Wall is careful and does not want to risk any mishaps. This would also be bad for his own career if he didn't. Fans would start questioning his judgment otherwise.
In a recent game against the Atlanta Hawks, John Wall considered playing, and Coach Wittman talked about putting him in if the swelling in Wall's broken hand subsided. This does not sound like a coach who will play it safe, or a player who wants to play it safe. Wall's wrist and hand are broken in five places, so he may not play in the post-season, but it won't be for lack of trying.