John Wall said he contemplated suicide during the conflict
John Wall said he considered his life to be killed for the past three years, when he was at the top of the Covid-19 pandemic with a torn valley and the death of family members.
The 31-year-old guard joined the Los Angeles Clippers this summer and is looking to return in the coming season.
Wall played only 40 matches in the past three years due to injury, not playing it before joining the Covid-19 and his former team, the Houston Rockets, clip.
Wall discussed his past in the park's dedication to his late mother in the Salvation Army in Railroad, North Carolina, earlier this month.
Mrs Wall, Frances Puli passed away in December 2019 after battling breast cancer at the age of 58
Wall said she had a strong support system that included her team and her mother from her two children. His son also inspired him.
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@John Wall we get your back. Always. "James then tweeted, "And I mean ALWAYS!!!!!! Never question this brother!! Proud of you @johnwall.
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Wall said he was happy to have the opportunity to play basketball again.