Migraine keeps Wall from Monday's practice

John Wall, who has a history with migraines, is questionable for Tuesday's game
By SportsRadio 610

HOUSTON (SportsRadio 610)- A migraine headache kept John Wall off the floor for the Rockets practice on Monday and head coach Stephen Silas says he is questionable for Tuesday's rematch with the Los Angeles Lakers.

Wall has a history of suffering migraines and visited a specialist in 2015 as a member of the Washington Wizards, but it is not believed they have ever forced him to miss a game.

The Rockets guard shot just 5-of-14 while playing 34 minutes of the team's 120-102 loss to the Lakers on Sunday, but Silas didn't say the migraine had any impact of that performance.

If Wall cannot go, the Rockets would be down two starters on Tuesday night as Silas announced Danuel House, who has missed the Rockets last four games due to back spasms, will be out due to health and safety protocols.