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3 Bradley Beal SG
Height/Weight: 6-5/207 | Birthdate: 6/28/1993 | Birthplace: St. Louis, MO | Team: Washington Wizards | College: Florida | NBA Experience: 2 | Owned/Started%: 96/64 | Average Draft Position: 67.06
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Wizards guard Bradley Beal in the starting lineup Friday


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(3/27/2015) Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal is in the starting lineup for Friday's game against the Hornets, the team announced.

Beal, who is averaging 14.7 points and 3.7 rebounds per game, was considered a game-time decision while nursing an ankle injury. He left Wednesday's game with the injury after playing in eight straight contests.

The Wizards are currently 4-point favorites.


Beal game-time decision for Wizards, Humphries out


by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer
(3/27/2015) Wizards guard Bradley Beal (ankle) will be a game-time decision for Friday's contest against the Hornets, while forward Kris Humphries (groin) will be out of the lineup once again, according to The Washington Post. 

Beal sprained his ankle in Wednesday's loss and was held out of Thursday's practice as a precaution. He did go through shootaround Friday but Wizards coach Randy Wittman said no decision would be made until shortly before tipoff. 

Humphries will miss his 15th straight contest. 


Report: Wizards to sign Will Bynum, release Toure' Murray


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/26/2015) The Wizards are set to release guard Toure' Murry and sign guard Will Bynum Friday, the Washington Post reports.

Murry suffered a sprained ankle Monday, and with Bradley Beal also dealing with a sprained ankle, the team will add Bynum for depth purposes. However, Bynum has also been nursing a hamstring injury suffered while playing in China.


Wizards' Bradley Beal (ankle) held out of practice Thursday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/26/2015) Wizards guard Bradley Beal was held out of practice Thursday after suffering an ankle injury the previous night, the Washington Post reports.

"Not too bad swelling [Thursday]," coach Randy Wittman said. "Overnight was a good night in terms of where he was after the game. He’s sore and we’ll see how much progress he makes [Friday]."

Beal's status for Friday's game remains up in the air. He has averaged 14.7 points and 3.7 rebounds in 54 games.


Wizards guard Bradley Beal suffers ankle injury Wednesday


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(3/25/2015) Wizards guard Bradley Beal suffered a sprained right ankle during Wednesday's game against the Pacers, the team announced.

Beal was forced to exit the game and he will not return.


Wizards SG Bradley Beal plans to not miss time on road trip


(3/18/2015) After sitting out the backend of recent back-to-back games, banged-up Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal expects to play in all four games of Washington's road trip, which includes back-to-back contests, that begins tonight in Utah, according to CSNWashington.com.

Beal suffered a stress reaction in his right fibula on Feb. 5 and missed the next eight games, returning Feb. 28. On March 7, Beal was held out against the Bucks as a precaution.

"I know I haven't been playing well ever since I came back," said Beal, who shot 29 of 79 overall shooting in the first six games of his return, including 5 of 24 from three-point range.

"His confidence level is back up a little bit. I thought in the beginning of the last game, against Sacramento, he was wavering a little bit," coach Randy Wittman said. "He was hesitant. I just told him, 'Go out and play. Don't think about anything. Don't think about a missed shot or a mistake. You just got to go out and play.'"


G Bradley Beal says he needs to escalate game


by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer
(3/13/2015) Wizards guard Bradley Beal said he needs to step up his play in order to help his team acheive their playoff goals, according to The Washington Post.

Beal has been hampered by a variety of injuries this season, and is averaging 14.7 points in just 47 games.

"I definitely have to be aggressive and be the star that people think I should be," Beal said.


Wizards SG Bradley Beal dealing with foot pain


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/13/2015) Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal was limping after Thursday's win over the Grizzlies but downplayed the pain in his right foot, the Associated Press reports.

"At this point of the year, everything hurts," Beal said, smiling.

Beal, who recently missed time with a leg injury, said the limp was more due to soreness and tightness in his legs. He added that the issue wouldn't cause him to miss any time.

Beal scored just nine points on 4 of 11 shooting while playing 27 minutes in Thursday's win over a shorthanded Grizzlies team.


Wizards rule Humphries out Monday; Beal on minutes restriction


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(3/9/2015) Wizards forward Kris Humphries has been ruled out of Monday’s game at Charlotte, reports CSNWashington.com.

It will be the sixth straight game Humphries has missed with a groin injury. Forward Otto Porter has seen his minutes increase with Humphries sidelined.

Meanwhile, Bradley Beal has been cleared to play in the game as expected. However, he will be on a minutes restriction as he works his way back from a leg injury. He is expected to play around 30 minutes Monday, reports The Washington Post.

The Wizards are 1 1/2-point favorites.


Wizards' Bradley Beal, Kris Humpries out for Saturday's game


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(3/7/2015) Wizards guard Bradley Beal and forward Kris Humphries will miss Saturday's game, coach Randy Wittman said before the game.

Beal, who is still recovering from a fibula injury, has played in the last three games, but Wittman is keeping him out for precautionary reasons. He is averaging 14.9 points and 3.8 rebounds in 45 games this season.

Humphries will miss his fifth straight game while nursing a groin injury. The Wizards are currently 4 1/2-point underdogs against Milwaukee


G Bradley Beal: Wizards need to stop playing selfish basketball


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(3/4/2015) Wizards guard Bradley Beal had some strong words for the way his team has played over the past month. 

Since Jan. 28, the Wizards have lost 12 of their past 15 games. Beal, via the Monumental Network, said Washington hasn't been playing team basketball, which is the reason for the recent skid. 

"We have to get back to playing the way we did earlier in the year," Beal said. "We're taking a lot of shortcuts. We're taking the easy way out instead of working and doing everything we need to do to win. I think sometimes we're just trying to get by in a lot of areas of the game instead of just doing the hard things. I think once we get back to that and start sacrificing ourselves, and once we're more of an unselfish team, defensively, then I think we'll be fine."

Though Beal noted the Wizards aren't playing cohesively, he said it's not anything players are doing on purpose. It appears to be a case of players pressing and trying to figure out a way to stop the recent losing trend the Wizards have been on. 

"Individually we're trying to make up for it and we're trying to do things on our own," Beal said. "It's not necessarily bad, but it is bad. You're getting out of the team concept. [But] the intentions aren't bad."


Wizards' Bradley Beal reports no pain in return from leg injury


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(3/2/2015) After missing eight games because of a leg injury, Wizards guard Bradley Beal was able to play 33 minutes in Saturday's win over the Pistons and reported no pain afterward, reports The Washington Post.

"I felt good, no pain," Beal said. "Just a little winded at the beginning, but eventually I got my legs up under me. It just feels good overall to be playing in general."


Bradley Beal and Paul Pierce will play for Wizards on Saturday


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(2/28/2015) The Wizards will have SG Bradley Beal and SF Paul Pierce for Saturday's game against the Pistons. 

Beal has missed the last eight games with a leg injury. Pierce has missed the last two with a knee problem. 

Beal will be on a minutes restriction in Saturday's game. The Wizards are four-point favorites at home. 


Wizards' Bradley Beal out again Friday against Philadelphia


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2015) Wizards guard Bradley Beal will not play in Friday's game against the 76ers, reports CSNWashington.com.

Beal, who has already missed seven games with a fibula injury, was hoping to take the court Friday. Beal is averaging 15.0 points and 3.8 rebounds in 42 games this year.

"There's no timetable," Beal said. "It's day by day … I still got to get some more work in."

The team reportedly wants Beal to practice before playing in a game and the next opportunity for that won't come until Monday before Tuesday's game against the Bulls, according to the Washington Post.


Wizards G Bradley Beal targeting return Friday at Philadelphia


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(2/26/2015) 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
(2/25/2015) 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
(2/24/2015) 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
(2/23/2015) 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
(2/23/2015) 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.


Wizards' Bradley Beal ruled out of Sunday's game


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(2/22/2015) While Wizards guard Bradley Beal has been cleared to resume basketball activities, he has been ruled out of Sunday's game at Detroit, reports The Washington Post.

It will be the fifth straight game Beal has missed because of a leg injury. Forward Otto Porter started in Friday's contest in place of Beal.

The Wizards are 1 1/2-point favorites.


Bradley Beal doesn't have full practice for Wizards


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(2/21/2015) Wizards guard Bradley Beal was expected to "ramp it up" on Saturday as he attempts to recover from a leg injury that's kept him out since Feb. 5. 

Beal was able to take part in some basketball-related activities, but he didn't fully participate in Saturday's practice, according to Comcast Sports Network.


Wizards' Bradley Beal to resume basketball activities Saturday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/21/2015) Wizards guard Bradley Beal has been cleared to resume basketball activities Saturday, the Washington Post reports.

"Things are going good," coach Randy Wittman said before Friday's game. "He didn’t have an MRI. Doctors looked at him. Things are progressing really good. They’re going to ramp him up more and more now so he can get out, do some shooting, running and stuff and see how he reacts."

Beal hasn't seen any action in games or practice since suffering a stress reaction in his right fibula on Feb. 5. Doctors evaluated the guard Friday morning and have given him the green light to hit the court.

"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 said. "That’s the good thing."

The Wizards did not provide a timetable on Beal's estimated return to action. He has averaged 15.0 points, 3.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 42 games.


Wizards' Wittman: Bradley Beal (leg) did not undergo MRI Friday


by Jeff Borzello | College Basketball Writer
(2/20/2015) Wizards coach Randy Wittman said Friday that guard Bradley Beal did not undergo an MRI on his injured leg but did visit with doctors, Comcast SportsNet reports.

The update comes after it was reported Thursday he would have an MRI the following day. He is expected to miss his fourth straight game Friday due to the injury.

The Wizards are 3-point home underdogs against the Cavaliers Friday.


Report: Wizards' Bradley Beal (leg) set for MRI Friday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/19/2015) Wizards guard Bradley Beal will undergo an MRI on his injured right leg Friday morning, Comcast SportsNet reports.

Beal has missed the last three games while resting the injured leg. He has averaged 15.0 points, 3.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 42 games.


Wizards G Bradley Beal to have right leg examined


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(2/19/2015) Wizards guard Bradley Beal will have his injured right leg looked at Friday before any determination about his game status is made, coach Randy Wittman said via CSN Washington's J. Michael.

Beal sustained a stress reaction in his lower right fibula and was reportedly feeling better. He's missed the past three games and is not expected to play Friday against the Cavaliers. 

For the season, Beal is averaging 15.0 points and 3.8 rebounds per game.