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|Leg - Questionable for Feb. 27 at Philadelphia|
|11/03/2014||Andrew Wiggins, SF MIN||Bradley Beal, SG WAS|
|11/02/2014||Tim Duncan, PF SA|
Tobias Harris, SF ORL
Elfrid Payton, PG ORL
|Trevor Ariza, SG HOU|
Ryan Anderson, PF NO
Bradley Beal, SG WAS
|10/31/2014||Eric Gordon, SG NO||Bradley Beal, SG WAS|
|Last 10 Games|
Wizards G Bradley Beal targeting return Friday at Philadelphia
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(11:47 am ET) Wizards guard Bradley Beal remains hopeful of suiting up for Washington's game against Philadelphia on Friday, reports the Washington Post. |
Beal has accompanied the team in their recent road trip, but has missed seven consecutive games with a mild stress reaction in his right fibula. The 21-year-old guard leads Washington in three-point percentage (43.6) and three-pointers attempted per game (4.1) this season. If he is unable to start, guard Garrett Temple will likely be inserted in the starting lineup.
Wizards G Bradley Beal to sit against Timberwolves
|by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com|
|(2/25/15) Guard Bradley Beal will be with his Wizards teammates in Minnesota Wednesday night However, he will not be available to play, according to The Washington Post.
Beal will miss his seventh consecutive game due to a stress reaction in his fibula. Guard Garrett Temple is likely to see more minutes once again with Beal out.
The Wizards are 2-point underdogs to the Timberwolves.
Wizards declare Bradley Beal inactive for Tuesday's game
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(2/24/15) Wizards guard Bradley Beal was declared inactive for Tuesday's game against the Warriors, the team announced.
It will be the sixth straight game Beal has missed since being diagnosed with a stress reaction in his fibula. Guard Garrett Temple has seen his minutes increase with Beal sidelined.
The Wizards are 7-point underdogs.
Wizards guard Bradley Beal getting close to return to action
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(2/23/15) Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal is getting closer and closer to returning from a fibula injury that has kept him out of action for the last five games.
"It’s just a matter of me being like a baby," Beal said to the Washington Post. "I got to crawl before I walk again."
Beal thinks his return is closer than its been for awhile.
"I think I’m close. How close I am I have no idea," Beal said. "Hopefully we can wrap some things up this week and see how I feel and just get back out there as fast as I can.
"It's a little frustrating. One, you never want to be hurt. And two, given the fact it's the same leg, same injury you know how long you possibly have to sit out," Beal said. "It's always a constant struggle and you have to decide what it is you’re going to do."
Wizards G Bradley Beal misses practice Monday
|by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com|
|(2/23/15) Wizards guard Bradley Beal was unable to practice on Monday, according to CSN Washington's J. Michael.
Beal is been battling an injured leg that has caused him to miss Washington's previous five games. According to The Washington Post, Beal has been cleared to resume basketball activities, even though he was unable to play Sunday against the Pistons.
Beal is averaging 15.0 points per game in 42 appearances. The Wizards' next game is at home on Tuesday against the Warriors.
|For the second time in two seasons, Bradley Beal had to miss time due to a stress injury in his right fibula. Beal missed just nine games this time around, but the injury caused the Wizards to be more cautious about his minutes load, and led to a drastic reduction in his production. Beal averaged 20.6 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.5 assists in 13 games before the injury, compared to 16.4 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.3 assists after. He also averaged nearly seven minutes fewer in his final 60 games of the season, a big enough gap to drop him a whole tier among guards for Fantasy. Beal also attempted 3-pointers and free throws less frequently than he did as a rookie, a trend we want to see reversed as he enters the second half of his rookie contract. Beal is a high-upside player at a shooting guard position that has little depth, but he still has to realize that potential before Fantasy owners buy in. Beal won't last long on Draft Day, but should be viewed as more of a No. 2 guard in most formats.
(Updated 8/26/14) |
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