"My timetable is some time in January," Wall told Yahoo! Sports on Wednesday night. "The way I am feeling with no pain, working out and doing it three [days straight] and it has no pain, I'm feeling good. I feel like I am taking the right steps and I haven't had no pain the last couple of days after workouts."
While he hasn’t received the green light to return to practice yet, Wall was cleared to start increasing his rehab workouts a few weeks ago. He says that when he feels that he “can run and do everything like I used to, cut, jump like I used to, run fast like I used to,” he’ll be confident in returning.
Wall has missed the entire season due to a stress fracture in his left patella. The Wizards are the owners of the NBA’s worst record, 3-23, without the former first-overall pick.