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It didn't take John Wall long to prepare his next move.

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On Monday evening, Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports reported that 

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the Houston Rockets will buy out the point guard's contract, making him a free agent.

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Although he can't technically begin negotiating with teams until July 1, Wall reportedly has one lined up.

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Per Haynes and ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Wall plans on joining the Los Angeles Clippers after he clears waivers.

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Basketball fans are excited to see Wall return to action after sitting out the entire 2021-22 season.

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oining forces with Paul George and a returning Kawhi Leonard makes 

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the Clippers an intriguing contender if they can stay on the court.

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Last year, the Clippers went 42-40 despite an ACL tear sidelining Leonard all year and George playing just 30 games.

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Wall could interfere with a deep roster's chemistry, but acquiring a five-time All-Star on a mid-level exemption is a high-upside gambit.

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Wall, who also missed the entire 2019-20 season,

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has played 113 games over the last five seasons. Yet he averaged 20.6 points per game for the Rockets in 2021-22.