Washington Wizards point guard John Wall is reportedly expected to return to action in two to four weeks as he continues his recovery following knee surgery.

David Aldridge of NBA.com reported the news Friday, although he noted Wizards head coach Scott Brooks said Wall may be back on the court to start shooting again "soon, maybe tomorrow."

Wall hasn't played since a Jan. 25 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Fortunately for Washington, it has thrived without Wall at 10-4, with two of those losses coming by single digits to the defending champion Golden State Warriors and the Eastern Conference's second-place Boston Celtics.

The Wizards are sitting in the No. 4 spot in the Eastern Conference race and appear poised to make the playoffs for the fourth time in five years.