The Wizards made the news official via Twitter, per coach Randy Wittman. Wall suffered the injury after a hard landing beneath the basket in Game 1,came away with five fractures in his left hand and wrist, while remaining in the game to close out a win. He then sat out Washington's loss in Game 2 on Tuesday.
Without the All-Star point guard, central to their offense, the Wizards will ride Ramon Sessions, who scored 21 points in 40 minutes in Wall's place in Game 2, a 106-90 loss.
Hawks-Wizards Game 3 tips off Saturday at 5 ET on ESPN.
- Jeremy Woo