Bradley Beal

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5/4/2015 1:22 PM
Active Sprained right ankle Open link
Beal said he will play in Game 2 vs. the Hawks on Tuesday. He participated in the "important stuff" during practice on Monday and coach Randy Wittman said his sprained right ankle should be fine. Beal did not need an MRI and will continue to get treatment leading into Tuesday. He said his ankle feels better and added that the swelling isn't that bad. Beal suffered the injury early in the fourth quarter of Saturday's win, though he was able to return for a four-minute stint towards the end of the game. X-rays were negative. This appears to be a minor issue that shouldn't limit him much moving forward.
5/3/2015 3:33 PM
Probable Sprained right ankle Open link
Beal said after Saturday's win that he expects to be fine for Game 2 vs. the Hawks on Tuesday, although he added that the right ankle sprain he suffered early in the fourth quarter was the most painful that he's ever dealt with. He was able to return for a four-minute stint towards the end of the game, but was also seen limping in the locker room afterwards. X-rays were negative. Beal suffered the injury when he twisted his ankle awkwardly after landing on Al Horford's foot following a shot attempt. We'll consider him probable for Tuesday and look for further updates on his status, and it would be Otto Porter Jr., Rasual Butler, and Garrett Temple seeing additional run on the wing if this were to require him to miss any time.
5/3/2015 2:18 PM
Active Sprained right ankle Open link
Beal returned to Sunday's game after leaving early in the fourth quarter with a sprained right ankle. He suffered the injury when he twisted his ankle awkwardly when he landed on Al Horford's foot after a shot attempt. Beal was down the court in obvious pain for a few minutes before limping off the court and to the locker room. He received treatment and was considered questionable before returning to the bench and immediately checking back into the game with just over three minutes remaining in regulation.
4/3/2015 6:36 PM
Active Undisclosed Open link
Beal returned to Friday's game after leaving briefly towards the end of the first quarter and heading to the locker room with the Wizards' trainer. There were no reports of any injury and he was back on the court to start the second quarter, so we'll assume it was a minor issue for now and continue to monitor the situation.
3/27/2015 5:24 PM
Active Sprained right ankle Open link
Beal will start on Friday vs. the Hornets after going through morning shootaround without any issues. He didn't return to Wednesday's loss after suffering a sprained right ankle late in the first quarter when he planted his foot on a drive to the hoop. Beal immediately went down in pain, but left the arena under his own power without crutches or a walking boot. It appears to have been a minor injury and he should be good to go.
3/27/2015 4:21 PM
Questionable Sprained right ankle Open link
Beal went through morning shootaround, but will be a game-time decision for Friday's contest vs. the Hornets. He'll go through pre-game warmups and make a determination on his status afterwards based on how he feels. Coach Randy Wittman said Thursday that Beal's sprained right ankle is "not too bad," adding that the swelling has gone down, and he didn't rule out the possibility that he could play on Friday. "Overnight was a good night in terms of where he was after the game," said Wittman. "He's sore. That's a good sign. We'll see how much progress he makes [Friday]." Beal didn't return to Wednesday's loss after suffering the injury late in the first quarter. He rolled the ankle when he planted his foot on a drive to the hoop and immediately went down in pain, but left the arena under his own power without crutches or a walking boot. Martell Webster, Rasual Butler, and Otto Porter Jr. would see additional run on the wing if this were to require Beal to miss more time.
3/27/2015 11:12 AM
Questionable Sprained right ankle Open link
Beal went through shootaround and said it's possible he plays on Friday vs. the Hornets. He'll go through pre-game warmups and make a determination on his status afterwards based on how he feels. Coach Randy Wittman said Thursday that Beal's sprained right ankle is "not too bad," adding that the swelling has gone down, and he didn't rule out the possibility that he could play on Friday. "Overnight was a good night in terms of where he was after the game," said Wittman. "He's sore. That's a good sign. We'll see how much progress he makes [Friday]." Beal didn't return to Wednesday's loss after suffering the injury late in the first quarter. He rolled the ankle when he planted his foot on a drive to the hoop and immediately went down in pain, but left the arena under his own power without crutches or a walking boot. Martell Webster, Rasual Butler, and Otto Porter Jr. would see additional run on the wing if this were to require Beal to miss more time.
3/26/2015 2:06 PM
Questionable Sprained right ankle Open link
Coach Randy Wittman said Thursday that Beal's sprained right ankle is "not too bad," adding that the swelling has gone down, and he didn't rule out the possibility that he could play on Friday. "Overnight was a good night in terms of where he was after the game," said Wittman. "He's sore. That's a good sign. We'll see how much progress he makes [Friday]." Beal said he'll see after morning shootaround on Friday to see how he feels before making a determination on his status. He didn't return to Wednesday's loss after suffering the injury late in the first quarter. Beal rolled the ankle when he planted his foot on a drive to the hoop and immediately went down in pain, but left the arena under his own power without crutches or a walking boot. Martell Webster, Rasual Butler, and Otto Porter Jr. would see additional run on the wing if this were to require him to miss more time.
3/26/2015 12:56 AM
Questionable Sprained right ankle Open link
Beal didn't return to Wednesday's loss after suffering a sprained ankle late in the first quarter. He rolled the ankle when he planted his foot on a drive to the hoop and immediately went down in pain. He left the arena under his own power, without crutches or a walking boot, and is expected to be re-evaluated on Thursday in order to determine his availability for Friday's game vs. the Hornets. Martell Webster, Rasual Butler, and Otto Porter Jr. will see additional run on the wing if this were to require Beal to miss additional time.
3/25/2015 6:36 PM
Out Sprained right ankle Open link
Beal won't return to Wednesday's game after suffering a sprained right ankle late in the first quarter. He rolled the ankle when he planted his foot on a play where he was driving to the hoop and immediately went down in pain. Beal had to be helped off the court and to the locker room, and was seen walking with a bit of a limp. Ramon Sessions, Martell Webster, and Rasual Butler will see additional run the rest of the way in his place.
3/22/2015 8:32 PM
Probable Back-to-back Open link
Beal doesn't expect to be rested during Monday's game vs. the Warriors, the second leg of a back-to-back for the Wizards. He was rested back on March 7 in the only other back-to-back for the team since he returned from the stress reaction in his left leg, but he says he's moved past those restrictions in the two weeks since. We'll call him probable for now and look for confirmation from the team in the interim. Otto Porter Jr., Rasual Butler, and Martell Webster would see the surplus run on the wing if the Wizards do decide to exercise caution and hold Beal out on Monday.
3/9/2015 9:10 PM
Active Strained left hamstring Open link
Beal was seen limping to the locker room at the conclusion of Monday's blowout win over the Hornets. Coach Randy Wittman said he suffered a strained left hamstring, and it likely occurred on a play where he finished a dunk in transition. Beal said after the game that he's just sore and will be fine, so we'll consider him probable for Thursday's game vs. the Grizzlies and look for further updates on his status in the interim. Otto Porter Jr., Garrett Temple (hamstring), and Rasual Butler would see the additional run on the wing if Beal does need to miss any time.
3/9/2015 11:17 AM
Active Back-to-back Open link
Beal will be active and in the starting lineup for Monday's game vs. the Hornets, as expected, after being held out of Saturday's loss in the second leg of a back-to-back. He said that the decision of whether or not to play was a consensus with him, the Wizards' trainers, and coach Randy Wittman. Beal also added that he has no pain and just wanted to be cautious. He was supposed to be on a minutes restriction since returning from a near three-week absence due to a stress reaction in his lower right leg, but played 33, 35, and 33 minutes in his first three games. Beal's return will take back minutes on the wing from Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Martell Webster.
3/7/2015 6:07 PM
Out Back-to-back Open link
Beal has been ruled out Saturday vs. the Bucks, as expected, in the second leg of a back-to-back. He said that the decision of whether or not to play was a consensus with him, the Wizards' trainers, and coach Randy Wittman. Beal added that he has no pain, just wants to be cautious, and expects to play Monday. Beal e was supposed to be on a minutes restriction since returning from a near three-week absence due to a stress reaction in his lower right leg, but has played 33, 35, and 33 minutes in his three games back. The team is holding him out Saturday as a precaution to prevent another stress reaction. Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Martell Webster will see additional run on the wing in Beal's place.
3/7/2015 4:37 PM
Doubtful Back-to-back Open link
Beal appears unlikely to start or play on Saturday vs. the Bucks in the second leg of a back-to-back. He was supposed to be on a minutes restriction since returning from a near three-week absence due to a stress reaction in his lower right leg, but has played 33, 35, and 33 minutes in his three games back. The Wizards are likely to hold him out Saturday as a precaution to prevent another stress reaction. Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Martell Webster would see the additional run on the wing if Beal was to be held out.
3/6/2015 8:59 PM
Questionable Back-to-back Open link
Beal said after Friday's win that he's unsure of his status for Saturday's game vs. the Bucks, the second leg of a back-to-back for the Wizards. He's only played three games since returning from the stress reaction in his lower right leg, and it would not be a surprise to see the team hold him out for precautionary reasons, although there's yet to be an official update of his status. Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Martell Webster would see the additional run on the wing if Beal were to be held out.
2/28/2015 4:19 PM
Active Lower fibula stress reaction Open link
Beal will return to the lineup for Saturday's game vs. the Pistons, although he will be on a minute restriction. He has missed the past eight games due to a stress reaction in his lower right fibula, and has been ramping up his activity in recent workouts lately without any sort of setbacks or issues. Beal's return on Saturday comes as a bit of a surprise given the Wizards wanted him to get in a full practice first before returning to game action, but the team apparently feels comfortable dropping that requisite. His presence will mean reduced roles on the wing for Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Rasual Butler moving forward.
2/27/2015 10:53 AM
Out Lower fibula stress reaction Open link
Beal has been ruled out again for Friday's contest vs. the Sixers. He said on Wednesday that he hoped to be able to return on Friday, but needs to go through a full practice first. Beal has been getting some workouts in recently with no reported setbacks, but has yet to practice with the Wizards since he was sidelined by a sore right big toe back on Feb. 5. We're ruling him out for Saturday's game as well in the second leg of a back-to-back given the schedule won't allow the team to get in a practice before then. Friday will mark the eight straight game he's missed due to a stress reaction in his lower right fibula, and Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Rasual Butler will continue to see additional run at the off guard in his place. Beal is still expected be on a minutes restriction whenever he returns.
2/25/2015 11:46 PM
Questionable Lower fibula stress reaction Open link
Beal said after Wednesday's loss that he's hoping to return to the lineup for Friday's game vs. the 76ers. He's been getting some workouts in recently with no reported setbacks, but he's yet to practice with the Wizards since he was sidelined by a sore right big toe back on Feb. 5. Beal's status for one or both of the team's back-to-back games on Friday and Saturday will almost certainly depend on whether or not he can practice on Thursday. Wednesday marked the seventh straight game he's missed, with the diagnosis of a stress reaction in his lower right fibula coming on Feb. 11. Beal's eventual return will take back minutes on the wing from Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Rasual Butler, although the expectation is also that he'll be on a minutes restriction when he is back in the lineup.
2/25/2015 5:55 PM
Out Lower fibula stress reaction Open link
Beal remains out of the lineup Wednesday vs. the Wolves, as expected. It will mark his seventh straight missed game as he continues to work his way back from a stress reaction in his lower right fibula. Beal has been cleared to resume basketball activities and did some light running on Saturday, but he remains without a specific timetable for a return. He hasn't played or practiced since Feb. 5 so he'll have to get back in the gym and see where he's at first before figuring out when he'll play. "He’s got no pain anywhere and so that’s why they've told us he can get back to doing some stuff to see if it reacts," coach Randy Wittman said Saturday. Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Rasual Butler will continue to see extended run on the wing for however long Beal remains sidelined, and the expectation is also that he'll be on a minutes restriction when he is back in the lineup.
2/23/2015 1:44 PM
Injured Lower fibula stress reaction Open link
Beal didn't practice on Monday which almost certainly removes him from consideration for the Wizards' upcoming back-to-back on Tuesday and Wednesday, although the team has yet to officially update his status. He was cleared to resume basketball activities and did some light running on Saturday, but he remains without a specific timetable for a return from the stress reaction in his lower right fibula. Beal hasn't played or practiced since Feb. 5 so he'll have to get back in the gym and see where he's at first before figuring out when he'll play. "He’s got no pain anywhere and so that’s why they've told us he can get back to doing some stuff to see if it reacts," coach Randy Wittman said Saturday. Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Rasual Butler will continue to see extended run on the wing for however long Beal remains sidelined, and the expectation is also that he'll be on a minutes restriction when he is back in the lineup.
2/22/2015 11:35 AM
Out Lower fibula stress reaction Open link
Beal has been ruled out for a fifth straight game on Sunday vs. the Pistons as he continues to deal with a stress reaction in his lower right fibula. He was cleared to resume basketball activities and did some light running on Saturday, though he remains without a specific timetable for a return. "Things are progressing really good," coach Randy Wittman said. "They’re going to [ramp] him up more and more now so he can get out, shooting and running and stuff, and see how that reacts." Beal hasn't played or practiced since Feb. 5 so he'll have to get back in the gym and see where he's at first before figuring out when he'll play. "He’s got no pain anywhere and so that’s why they’ve told us he can get back to doing some stuff to see if it reacts," Wittman added. Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Rasual Butler will continue to see extended run on the wing for however long Beal remains sidelined, and the expectation is also that he'll be on a minutes restriction when he is back in the lineup.
2/21/2015 11:20 AM
Doubtful Lower fibula stress reaction Open link
Beal will resume basketball activities on Saturday, although he remains without a specific timetable for a return from the stress reaction in his lower right fibula. "Things are progressing really good," coach Randy Wittman said. "They’re going to [ramp] him up more and more now so he can get out, shooting and running and stuff, and see how that reacts." Beal hasn't played or practiced since Feb. 5 so he'll have to get back in the gym and see where he's at first before figuring out when he'll play. "He’s got no pain anywhere and so that’s why they’ve told us he can get back to doing some stuff to see if it reacts," Wittman added. It appears unlikely that he'll play on Sunday vs. the Pistons, but it also doesn't appear that he's far from a return. Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Rasual Butler will continue to see extended run on the wing for however long Beal remains sidelined, and the expectation is also that he'll be on a minutes restriction when he is back in the lineup.
2/20/2015 10:32 AM
Out Lower fibula stress reaction Open link
Beal has been ruled out for Friday's game vs. the Cavs as he is due for an evaluation on his right leg on Friday, and should be considered doubtful for Sunday as well. NBA.com's David Aldridge reported on Wednesday that Beal's stress reaction in his lower right fibula is much improved, and he is expected to return soon after Friday. That is obviously great news as it was initially feared that he would be forced to miss extended time, especially given this is the third stress-related injury he's suffered in his fibula (and the second time the location of the injury has been in the lower part). Beal missed eight games during the 2012-13 season with a stress fracture in his distal fibula and nine games during the 2013-14 season with a proximal stress fracture in his fibula. We'll continue to update his status once a more official timetable is released, but as of now it only appears that he'll have to miss a few games. Beal will continue to rest and go through a series of tests and be cleared once the dark spot disappears. He will undoubtedly be on a minutes restriction when he returns. Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Rasual Butler will continue to see extended run on the wing for however long Beal remains sidelined.
2/19/2015 1:10 PM
Doubtful Lower fibula stress reaction Open link
Coach Randy Wittman said Beal will have his right leg evaluated on Friday. That all but officially rules him out for Friday's game vs. the Cavs, and he should be considered highly questionable at best for Sunday. NBA.com's David Aldridge reported on Wednesday that Beal's stress reaction in his lower right fibula is much improved, and he is expected to return soon after Friday's game. That is obviously great news as it was initially feared that he would be forced to miss extended time, especially given this is the third stress-related injury he's suffered in his fibula (and the second time the location of the injury has been in the lower part). Beal missed eight games during the 2012-13 season with a stress fracture in his distal fibula and nine games during the 2013-14 season with a proximal stress fracture in his fibula. We'll continue to update his status once a more official timetable is released, but as of now it only appears that he'll have to miss a few games. Beal will continue to rest and go through a series of tests and be cleared once the dark spot disappears. He will undoubtedly be on a minutes restriction when he returns. Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Rasual Butler will continue to see extended run on the wing for however long Beal remains sidelined.
2/18/2015 10:05 AM
Doubtful Lower fibula stress reaction Open link
NBA.com's David Aldridge reports that Beal's stress reaction in his lower right fibula is much improved, and he is expected to return soon after Friday's game vs. the Cavs. This is obviously great news as it was initially feared that he would be forced to miss extended time, especially given this is the third stress-related injury he's suffered in his fibula (and the second time the location of the injury has been in the lower part). Beal missed eight games during the 2012-13 season with a stress fracture in his distal fibula and nine games during the 2013-14 season with a proximal stress fracture in his fibula. We'll continue to update his status once a more official timetable is released, but as of now it only appears that he'll have to miss a few games. Beal will continue to rest and go through a series of tests and be cleared once the dark spot disappears. He will undoubtedly be on a minutes restriction when he returns. Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Rasual Butler will continue to see extended run on the wing for however long Beal remains sidelined.
2/11/2015 2:44 PM
Injured Lower fibula stress reaction, right big toe inflammation Open link
Beal has been diagnosed with a mild stress reaction in his lower right fibula and will be re-evaluated after the All-Star break. This is in addition to the inflamed right big toe he's been dealing with, but the fibula is the far bigger concern at this point. Beal has now suffered three stress-related injuries in his right fibula, and this is the second time the location of the injury has been in the lower part. He missed eight games during the 2012-13 season with a stress fracture in his distal fibula and nine games during the 2013-14 season with a proximal stress fracture in his fibula. It's very possible that this could end up costing Beal extended time beyond the break, and we'll continue to update his status following his evaluation. Because it's a "reaction," a precursor to a fracture, it doesn't require surgery; Beal will rest and go through a series of tests and be cleared once the dark spot disappears. He will undoubtedly be on a minutes restriction when he returns. Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Rasual Butler will continue to see extended run on the wing for however long Beal remains sidelined.
2/10/2015 12:30 PM
Out Right big toe inflammation Open link
Beal has been ruled out in advance of Wednesday's contest vs. the Raptors as he continues to deal with an inflamed right big toe. He is getting more tests on his toe and will see another doctor about it in the near future. Beal has missed the past two games due to the injury, which he suffered on Wednesday night before aggravating it in the first quarter of Thursday's loss while going for a loose ball. Beal had said his toe was "pretty messed up" and that the pain was too much for him to continue playing on Thursday. "I tried to give it a go," said Beal. "There was just a few plays that I couldn't even push off." Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Rasual Butler will continue to see extended run on the wing with Beal out again on Wednesday.
2/9/2015 5:00 PM
Out Sore right big toe Open link
Beal has been ruled out for a second straight game on Monday due to soreness in his right big toe. Coach Randy Wittman did say Saturday that Beal's toe isn’t much of a concern, adding that he has some inflammation and calling it "a day-by-day situation," but they are continuing to exercise caution. Beal first suffered the injury on Wednesday night before aggravating it in the first quarter of Thursday's loss while going for a loose ball. He said afterwards that his toe was "pretty messed up" and that the pain was too much for him to continue playing on Thursday. "I tried to give it a go," said Beal. "There was just a few plays that I couldn't even push off." Garrett Temple, Otto Porter Jr., and Rasual Butler will see extended run on the wing with Beal out again on Monday.
2/9/2015 10:50 AM
Questionable Sore right big toe Open link
Beal did not take part in morning shootaround, putting his status for Monday's game vs. the Magic into serious question as he continues to deal with soreness in his right big toe. The Wizards have yet to issue an official update of his status. Coach Randy Wittman did say Saturday that Beal’s toe isn’t much of a concern, adding that he has some inflammation and calling it "a day-by-day situation." Beal first suffered the injury on Wednesday night before aggravating it in the first quarter of Thursday's loss while going for a loose ball. He said afterwards that his toe was "pretty messed up" and that the pain was too much for him to continue playing on Thursday. "I tried to give it a go," said Beal. "There was just a few plays that I couldn't even push off." Otto Porter Jr., Rasual Butler, and Garrett Temple would see extended run on the wing if Beal is held out again on Monday.
2/7/2015 4:19 PM
Out Sore right big toe Open link
Beal has been ruled out for Saturday's game vs. the Nets as he continues to deal with soreness in his right big toe. He did not take part in morning shootaround and was closer to doubtful heading in, so this doesn't come as a surprise. Coach Randy Wittman said Beal’s toe isn’t much of a concern, adding that he has some inflammation and calling it “a day-by-day situation.” Beal first suffered the injury on Wednesday night before aggravating it in the first quarter of Thursday's loss while going for a loose ball. He said afterwards that his toe was "pretty messed up" and that the pain was too much for him to continue playing on Thursday. "I tried to give it a go," said Beal. "There was just a few plays that I couldn't even push off." He underwent additional testing on Friday, after which there were no mentions of any structural damage. Rasual Butler, Garrett Temple, and Otto Porter will see extended run on the wing in Beal's place on Saturday.
2/7/2015 10:58 AM
Questionable Sore right big toe Open link
Beal did not take part in the Wizards' morning shootaround and remains highly questionable for Saturday's game vs. the Nets due to soreness in his big toe. He first suffered the injury on Wednesday night before aggravating it in the first quarter of Thursday's loss while going for a loose ball. He said afterward that his toe was "pretty messed up" and that the pain was too much for him to continue playing on Thursday. "I tried to give it a go," said Beal. "There was just a few plays that I couldn't even push off." He underwent additional testing on Friday, after which there were no mentions of any structural damage. Rasual Butler, Garrett Temple, and Otto Porter would see extended run on the wing if Beal has to miss any additional time.
2/6/2015 2:20 PM
Questionable Sore right big toe Open link
Beal is highly questionable for Saturday's game vs. the Nets as he continues to deal with soreness in his right big toe. He first suffered the injury on Wednesday night before aggravating it in the first quarter of Thursday's loss while going for a loose ball. He said afterward that his toe is "pretty messed up" and that the pain was too much for him to continue playing on Thursday. He underwent additional testing on Friday, after which there were no mentions of any structural damage. Rasual Butler, Garrett Temple, and Otto Porter would see extended run on the wing if Beal has to miss any additional time.
2/5/2015 9:03 PM
Questionable Sore right big toe Open link
Beal said he hurt his sore right big toe on Wednesday night before aggravating it in the first quarter of Thursday's loss while going for a loose ball. He said his toe is "pretty messed up" and that the pain was too much for him to continue playing on Thursday. Beal may get tests on it Friday, and said he hopes to play on Saturday vs. the Nets. We'll continue to update his status as we hear more, but Rasual Butler and Garrett Temple would continue to see extended run at the off guard if he has to miss any time.
2/5/2015 6:43 PM
Out Sore right big toe Open link
Beal won't return to Thursday's game vs. the Hornets after leaving late in the first quarter with a sore right big toe. He suffered the injury while going for a loose ball and was in apparent discomfort afterwards, and it was apparently bad enough to force him out of the game. Rasual Butler and Martell Webster will see extended run on the wing in Beal's absence the rest of the way.
1/2/2015 12:04 PM
Active Sprained toe Open link
Beal participated in morning shootaround and said he'll play in Friday's game vs. the Thunder. He had his right big toe stepped on during Tuesday's loss to the Mavs and was seen limping after the game. Beal didn't practice on Thursday, with the injury being called a sprain, but it appears that it's not something that will cause him to miss any time going forward.
1/1/2015 4:12 PM
Questionable Sprained toe Open link
Beal did not take part in the Wizards' practice on Thursday due to a sprained toe and is questionable for Friday's game vs. the Thunder. Although there aren't many details of the extent of his toe injury, he was seen limping after Tuesday's blowout loss to the Mavs. Rasual Butler, Martell Webster, and Otto Porter Jr. would see additional run on the wing if this injury causes Beal to miss any time.
11/19/2014 5:13 PM
Active Broken left wrist Open link
Beal will be active and make his season debut vs. the Mavericks on Wednesday. He will come off the bench and be on a minutes limit at first, with conditioning being more of a concern than his wrist injury. Beal put in his second straight full practice on Tuesday and has made excellent progress in his recovery from a fractured left wrist, which has sidelined him since Oct 10. Garrett Temple will draw perhaps one of his finals starts of the season at shooting guard on Wednesday, and he will see his minutes cut significantly along with Rasual Butler with Beal back in the lineup.
11/18/2014 1:18 PM
Questionable Broken left wrist Open link
Beal put in another full practice on Tuesday, and coach Randy Wittman said he experienced general soreness but not in his wrist. Wittman didn't shut down the possibility of Beal playing and making his season debut Wednesday, though he remains non-committal about his status. Beal will be evaluated Wednesday morning after shootaround and is considered a game-time decision. He has been sidelined since Oct. 10 with a fractured left wrist and will soon be entering the sixth week of an initial six-week timetable. We'll continue to update his status as needed on whether he will indeed make his debut on Wednesday and if so, whether he'll start or come off the bench. Garrett Temple and Rasual Butler would continue to handle the minutes at the off-guard if Beal needed more time off.
11/17/2014 12:51 PM
Injured Broken left wrist Open link
Beal was a full participant in Monday's practice, going through 5-on-5 full court scrimmages along with everything else. He wasn't limited at all, and said the pain in his wrist was minimal. Beal refuted a previous report that said he was targeting Friday for his season debut, with both he and coach Randy Wittman saying they'll take it day-by-day and see how his wrist responds after practices. That doesn't necessarily mean he won't be able to return Friday; it just means that it's not set in stone. Beal has been sidelined since Oct. 10 with a fractured left wrist and will soon be entering the sixth week of an initial six-week timetable. Garrett Temple and Rasual Butler will continue to handle the minutes at the off-guard until he returns.
11/15/2014 12:42 PM
Injured Broken left wrist Open link
Beal is expected to return to practice on Monday and is “hoping” to make his season debut on Friday vs. the Cavs. Coach Randy Wittman said the team will evaluate him as he goes along to determine when he plays and emphasized that they'll be patient in easing him back in, so that Friday return date is far from certain. Beal was examined by doctors recently and the report was "terrific" and revealed "no setbacks", according to his agent Mark Bartelstein. He has been sidelined since Oct. 10 with a fractured left wrist and will soon be entering the sixth week of an initial six-week timetable. The Wizards are unlikely to practice Sunday, so Monday could be Beal's first practice session should things go well. Garrett Temple and Rasual Butler will continue to handle the minutes at the off-guard until Beal returns.
11/14/2014 4:08 PM
Injured Broken left wrist Open link
Beal was examined by doctors on Friday and there's a strong chance that he could return to practice with the team next week. "The report was terrific," said his agent Mark Bartelstein. "It's all good news ... there were no setbacks." Bartelstein did not reveal any additional specifics beyond that. Beal has been shooting the ball, but still has not been able to catch or make passes with his surgically repaired left wrist. The Wizards play on Saturday and are unlikely to practice Sunday, so Monday could be Beal's first practice sessions should things go well. He'll be entering the sixth week of an initial six-week timetable. Garrett Temple and Rasual Butler will continue to handle the minutes at the off-guard until Beal returns.
10/12/2014 4:21 PM
Injured Broken left wrist Open link
Beal underwent wrist surgery on Sunday, after which the Wizards announced that he's expected to be sidelined for "approximately six weeks." The six-week timetable would bring him back during the last week of November and means he'll miss around 12 regular season games. Beal said his broken left wrist will be in a soft cast for 10 days before he can begin working out. Glen Rice, Jr., Garrett Temple, and Otto Porter will see more minutes on the wing with Beal sidelined. Martell Webster remains inactive after off-season back surgery, but will also figure in the mix for playing time after he is cleared to play.
10/11/2014 4:49 PM
Injured Broken left wrist Open link
The Wizards announced that Beal has suffered a non-displaced fracture of the scaphoid bone in his left (non-shooting) wrist that will require surgery. He is expected to miss as much as six-to-eight weeks and will undergo surgery on Sunday afternoon, with his timetable being confirmed shortly thereafter. A six-week timetable would mean that he'd miss around 11 regular season games, while an eight-week timetable means he'd be out closer to 18 games. Beal injured his left wrist during Friday's preseason loss, landing on it after getting fouled late in the first quarter. Glen Rice, Jr. started the second half at shooting guard in his place and will see heavy run at the off-guard along with Garrett Temple and Otto Porter for however long Beal ends up sidelined for. Martell Webster would usually be the presumed starter, but he's still not 100 percent yet after undergoing off-season back surgery.
10/11/2014 3:54 PM
Injured Sprained left wrist Open link
Beal is expected to miss "significant" time after injuring his left wrist in Friday's preseason loss, though the exact timetable remains unclear. He is being evaluated by doctors and surgeons before they decide on what course to take for treatment, and then an official announcement will be made on the exact time he's expected to miss. Beal landed on his left (non-shooting) wrist after getting fouled late in the first quarter of Friday's loss, stayed in the game to make his free throws after, then did not return. The Wizards called the injury a sprain. Glen Rice, Jr. started the second half at shooting guard in his place and will see heavy run at the off-guard along with Garrett Temple in the likely event that Beal ends up missing regular season action. Martell Webster would usually be the presumed starter, but he's still not 100 percent yet after undergoing off-season back surgery.
10/10/2014 7:30 PM
Injured Sprained left wrist Open link
Beal sprained his left wrist late in the first quarter of Friday's exhibition and was ruled out for the remainder of the game. He fell on his (non-shooting) wrist after getting fouled, stayed in to make his free throws, then was taken out. Glen Rice, Jr. started the second half at shooting guard in his place. Wizards beat writer J. Michael said he was told that holding Beal out was "just precautionary," and he left the arena on Friday with a brace that was being called precautionary, as well. We'll update his status as more information becomes available. Beal is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Saturday.
Per Game
RankValueNameTeamgm/gp/g3/gr/ga/gs/gb/gfg%fga/gft%fta/gto/gpV3VrVaVsVbVfg%Vft%VtoV
321-0.83Projection 14-15WASSubscribe now to view 2014-15 Projection.
RankValueNameTeamgm/gp/g3/gr/ga/gs/gb/gfg%fga/gft%fta/gto/gpV3VrVaVsVbVfg%Vft%VtoV
82-0.10NBA 14-15WAS6333.515.31.73.83.11.20.3.42713.5.7832.62.00.260.80-0.700.080.44-0.71-0.880.07-0.25
97-0.07Last WeekWAS337.120.02.35.01.01.70.7.38320.0.7003.32.01.271.57-0.25-0.911.55-0.01-2.89-0.66-0.31
600.09Last 2 WeeksWAS635.019.82.04.32.21.50.5.44418.0.7332.52.31.231.18-0.51-0.361.16-0.29-0.61-0.27-0.76
80-0.03Last MonthWAS1534.117.11.73.72.91.10.3.45614.5.7442.92.10.640.86-0.750.010.31-0.57-0.18-0.23-0.40
103-0.14Last 2 MonthsWAS2133.515.81.53.93.11.10.3.43214.1.7332.92.00.360.56-0.680.110.33-0.57-0.78-0.31-0.25
122-0.21Last 3 MonthsWAS3333.415.41.54.03.00.90.2.42514.0.7442.71.80.290.60-0.650.02-0.14-0.73-0.96-0.21-0.11
RankValueNameTeamgm/gp/g3/gr/ga/gs/gb/gfg%fga/gft%fta/gto/gpV3VrVaVsVbVfg%Vft%VtoV
88-0.11NBA 13-14WAS7334.717.11.93.73.31.00.2.41915.7.7882.61.80.540.97-0.700.11-0.10-0.70-1.330.070.16
121-0.19NBA 12-13WAS5631.213.91.63.82.50.90.5.41012.3.7862.81.60.010.78-0.61-0.37-0.37-0.25-1.290.030.37
Per 36
RankValueNameTeamgm/gp/363/36r/36a/36s/36b/36fg%fga/36ft%fta/36to/36pV3VrVaVsVbVfg%Vft%VtoV
DNQ-1.02Projection 14-15WASSubscribe now to view 2014-15 Projection.
RankValueNameTeamgm/gp/363/36r/36a/36s/36b/36fg%fga/36ft%fta/36to/36pV3VrVaVsVbVfg%Vft%VtoV
149-0.20NBA 14-15WAS6333.516.51.84.13.31.30.3.42714.6.7832.82.1-0.200.44-0.91-0.050.03-0.56-0.570.03-0.06
150-0.21Last WeekWAS337.119.42.34.91.01.60.6.38319.4.7003.21.90.480.84-0.69-1.030.65-0.27-1.51-0.510.13
99-0.10Last 2 WeeksWAS635.020.42.14.52.21.50.5.44418.5.7332.62.40.710.66-0.81-0.500.51-0.37-0.41-0.23-0.43
143-0.18Last MonthWAS1534.118.01.83.93.11.20.4.45615.3.7443.02.20.160.46-0.96-0.14-0.12-0.50-0.19-0.20-0.16
168-0.24Last 2 MonthsWAS2133.516.91.64.23.41.20.4.43215.1.7333.12.1-0.090.25-0.89-0.02-0.07-0.49-0.51-0.27-0.05
204-0.29Last 3 MonthsWAS3333.416.61.64.33.21.00.3.42515.1.7442.92.0-0.160.29-0.86-0.09-0.46-0.56-0.61-0.200.07
RankValueNameTeamgm/gp/363/36r/36a/36s/36b/36fg%fga/36ft%fta/36to/36pV3VrVaVsVbVfg%Vft%VtoV
170-0.23NBA 13-14WAS7334.717.82.03.93.51.00.3.41916.3.7882.71.80.250.57-1.020.08-0.34-0.86-1.310.160.38
153-0.19NBA 12-13WAS5631.216.11.94.42.81.00.6.41014.2.7863.31.9-0.070.54-0.30-0.39-0.60-0.29-1.060.000.42
Totals
RankValueNameTeamgminpts3rebaststlblkfg%fgaft%ftatopV3VrVaVsVbVfg%Vft%VtoV
321-0.83Projection 14-15WASSubscribe now to view 2014-15 Projection.
RankValueNameTeamgminpts3rebaststlblkfg%fgaft%ftatopV3VrVaVsVbVfg%Vft%VtoV
100-0.19NBA 14-15WAS632107:269641062421947516.427852.783166123-0.060.54-0.78-0.110.10-0.72-0.790.070.05
126-0.22Last WeekWAS3111:1060715352.38360.7001060.440.62-0.44-0.890.49-0.11-1.57-0.39-0.16
88-0.08Last 2 WeeksWAS6209:5711912261393.444108.73315140.790.62-0.58-0.420.52-0.26-0.66-0.11-0.63
72-0.04Last MonthWAS15511:24256265644175.456217.74443310.700.72-0.61-0.010.33-0.46-0.32-0.13-0.52
145-0.28Last 2 MonthsWAS21703:58331318266247.432296.7336041-0.200.17-0.89-0.18-0.17-0.65-0.65-0.140.19
138-0.29Last 3 MonthsWAS331101:375095013198318.425461.7449061-0.090.31-0.78-0.21-0.43-0.73-0.78-0.130.20
RankValueNameTeamgminpts3rebaststlblkfg%fgaft%ftatopV3VrVaVsVbVfg%Vft%VtoV
87-0.11NBA 13-14WAS732530:031,2491382732437118.4191,149.7881891280.520.96-0.710.13-0.11-0.69-1.360.110.18
165-0.37NBA 12-13WAS561744:34780912111385029.410687.78615990-0.690.33-1.00-0.56-0.86-0.48-1.000.090.81