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Bradley Beal | Guard

Team: Washington Wizards
Age / DOB:  (21) / 6/28/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'5' / 207
College: Florida
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Bradley Beal (leg) is hoping to play Friday against the 76ers.
The Wizards really need him right now, going 2-6 since Beal went down. He will almost certainly be on a minutes limit in his return and likely be in the 24-30 range. With Beal back, we'll see a lot less of Otto Porter and Garrett Temple. The frontcourt guys should also score slightly less. Beal should be owned in standard leagues as more of a stash. Feb 26 - 1:54 AM

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Bradley Beal (leg) will miss his seventh consecutive game on Wednesday.

Beal traveled with the team and has been slowly ramping up his activity in recent days, leaving him questionable to return in Philly on Friday or at home on Saturday. Garrett Temple will earn another start at SG in his absence but he's only worth a look in deeper leagues.
Feb 25 - 6:56 PM

Bradley Beal (leg) will not suit up for Tuesday's game vs. the Warriors, as expected.

Garrett Temple will stick in the starting lineup for Tuesday's game, however, he'll be splitting minutes with Rasual Butler and Otto Porter Jr., making all three guys a risky play in daily leagues.

Bradley Beal (leg) was present at Wizards' practice on Tuesday, but only participated in individual drills.

While Beal seems to be inching closer to a return, it doesn't sound like that's an imminent possibility. Barring a miracle, we'll consider him out for Tuesday's game against the Warriors with a Saturday return looking like the more likely scenario. There isn't a direct fantasy beneficiary in Beal's absence, so Garrett Temple, Otto Porter, and Rasual Butler can all stay on the wire.
Feb 24 - 12:31 PM

Bradley Beal (leg) said he has been "running and jumping a little bit" in some on-court drills.

He said he has no soreness in his leg and "it's just a matter of time now" for him to return. Even with the positive news, we would still consider him doubtful to play on Tuesday against the Warriors. Perhaps he has a chance to return on Saturday following a three-game road trip. Beal should be stashed in all leagues.
Feb 23 - 4:31 PM

Bradley Beal (leg) did not practice on Monday.

The Wizards are certainly going to want Beal to go through a full practice before putting him on the court. He was expected to ramp up his on-court work this weekend, but it didn't happen. His fantasy owners should bench him this week. Meanwhile, Garrett Temple, Otto Porter and Rasual Butler haven't stepped up and we've seen the frontcourt guys add more offense since Beal went down.
Feb 23 - 2:46 PM

Bradley Beal (leg) will not play vs. the Pistons on Sunday as expected.

Beal wasn't able to go through a full practice on Saturday, and even though he is progressing well, he is probably looking at some more time on the sidelines. Otto Porter and Rasual Butler are worth a look in deeper leagues as they continue to fill the void for the Wizards.
Feb 22 - 1:17 PM

Bradley Beal (leg) did not go through a full practice on Saturday.

He was expected to "ramp it up" in practice today, so that's not a great sign. Beal did take part in some basketball activities today and seems to be progressing. As it stands right now, we would not expect him to play on Sunday. Otto Porter did have a solid game in 30 minutes on Friday, but the Wizards haven't seen him emerge as a shooter yet. Rasual Butler should be better despite how he's struggled lately.
Feb 21 - 3:06 PM

Bradley Beal (leg) is expected to ramp up exercise on Saturday and did not have an MRI on Friday morning.

Interestingly, the Wizards just had him visit a doctor. Based on that, they must feel very confident his leg is almost back to full strength. Although, they may take it easy on him considering this is his third incident with a stress reaction. Beal's fantasy owners can stash him and use Rasual Butler as a stop-gap guy.
Feb 20 - 7:24 PM

Bradley Beal (stress reaction, right leg) will not suit up for Friday's game against the Cavs.

He was doubtful heading into this one, so his absence shouldn't come has a surprise. He did say that he is feeling better, but added he won't return until he's 100 percent, which is smart for a guy who has missed time with the same injury in each of the past three seasons. Rasual Butler is going to be the primary beneficiary with Beal sidelined, and he's worth a look for owners seeking some 3-point shooting.
Feb 20 - 9:40 AM

Bradley Beal (leg) will have an MRI on Friday morning.

He hasn't been officially ruled out for Friday, but it would be a shock to see him out there. Beal needed about three weeks for the last stress reaction to his leg and this one is believed to be less severe. However, the Wizards obviously want to put this behind them, so he could rest even longer. Rasual Butler would be worth a look for any owner seeking 3-pointers.
Feb 19 - 9:10 PM

Bradley Beal said that his leg is feeling better, but he remains without an official timetable to return.

Beal added that he wants to be patient, and he will not suit up again until he's 100 percent healthy, so it's looking extremely unlikely that he'll be able to return for Friday's game against the Cavs. Rasual Butler will be the primary beneficiary for as long as Beal is sidelined, so give him a look if your team is in need of some 3-point shooting.
Feb 19 - 5:22 PM

Bradley Beal will have his right leg looked at on Friday.

Owners can expect to get another update on Beal following Friday morning's shootaround, but given the fact that he has not yet been able to go through a full practice, he's looking doubtful for Friday's game against the Cavs. If he's forced to sit, Rasual Butler will be the primary beneficiary, with Garrett Temple and Otto Porter getting some extended run as well. Stay tuned.
Feb 19 - 2:03 PM

Bradley Beal (leg) was not a full participant for practice on Wednesday.

He is going to miss some time with his stress reaction, but there is some hope of him playing this month. With Beal out, Rasual Butler has stepped up the most and is worth a look in standard leagues. Garrett Temple and Otto Porter will also get some run.
Feb 18 - 8:34 PM

Bradley Beal's stress reaction in his right leg is said to be much improved, but it's unlikely that he plays in Friday's game against the Cavaliers.

He isn't expected to be out for much longer after sitting out for the past three weeks, but we will be sure to update his timetable once we know more. The Wizards might play it safe with Beal and limit his minutes going forward with playoffs right around the corner, but his owners can take comfort in the fact that his stress reaction is reportedly mild. Rasual Butler will likely benefit the most in Beal's absence, while Otto Porter and Garrett Temple will see more minutes as well.

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
PG1John Wall
2Ramon Sessions
3Garrett Temple
SG1Bradley Beal
2Rasual Butler
3Glen Rice Jr.
4Martell Webster
SF1Paul Pierce
2Otto Porter
PF1Nene Hilario
2Kris Humphries
3Drew Gooden
C1Marcin Gortat
2Kevin Seraphin
3DeJuan Blair