The point guard will be in the starting lineup after missing more than two weeks with discomfort and inflammation in his left knee.
Wall received platelet-rich plasma and viscosupplementation injections to reduce the inflammation after the injury was diagnosed via an MRI on Nov. 24.
He initially was injured during a Nov. 7 loss to the Dallas Mavericks. Wall sat out a loss to the Toronto Raptors on Nov. 19 due to knee soreness. He last played in a Nov. 22 defeat at the Charlotte Hornets, scoring a season-high 31 points.
He previously said that fluid on his knee had built up after he received IV fluids to deal with illness and migraines before the Wizards hosted the Atlanta Hawks on Nov. 11.
Dr. Richard D. Parker with the Cleveland Clinic Marymount was consulted about the injury. Parker performed a procedure in May 2016 to remove calcific deposits in Wall's left patella tendon.
Wall is averaging 20.3 points and 3.4 rebounds per game. He leads the Wizards and is third in the NBA with 9.2 assists per game.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.