Bradley Beal (Left Wrist) May Miss Up To Two Months
Washington Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal suffered a fracture in his left wrist in preseason action against the Charlotte Hornets on Friday. Beal is expected to miss up to two months after undergoing surgery on Sunday, according to ESPN’s Michael Wallace.
A league source says Beal will likely be out for at least six to eight weeks. Either way, it’s clear he will miss some time at the top of the regular season for Washington.
Beal is going into his third season with the Wizards after averaging over 17 points per game and helping Washington advance to the conference semifinals in the playoffs last season. The Wizards also have forward Kris Humphries out for about a month after having surgery to repair nerve damage in his finger.