CBSSports.com "Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal, who played for Billy Donovan at Florida, thinks that his former college coach will make the jump to the NBA. Beal appeared on the Dan Patrick Show on Friday, and he was asked what kind of pro coach Donovan would make. "I think he'd be great," Beal..." April 18
Bradley Beal is out for the rest of the game with a sprain right ankle. #WizardsTalk
Beal is playing tonight as expected. He said he’ll be on same minutes restriction. Low 30s which isn’t much of a restriction.
Washington Post "Bradley Beal made the trip to Minnesota with the Washington Wizards, put on a pair of shorts, and did some work before the Wizards’ 20-point loss to the lowly Minnesota Timberwolves Wednesday. While he sat out the defeat, he said he hopes to return Friday against the Philadelphia 76ers. Beal..." February 26
Source says Bradley Beal's stress reaction much improved, but Friday's game vs. Cavs might be too ambitious for return. Soon after, though.
CSN Washington "The Wizards are back at work Wednesday evening when they practice and could have a positive update on the status of Bradley Beal, who has a "mild" stress reaction in his lower right leg for the third time in his third season. Head trainer Eric Waters still has to return to help with the..." February 17
Wizards G Bradley Beal has mild stress reaction in his lower right fibula and will be re-evaluated after the All-Star break.
Bradley Beal is out with a sore right big toe
Washington Post "The Washington Wizards lost again Monday night, a 92-88 defeat to the Charlotte Hornets, and have lost three straight games for the second time in just over a month. Once 22-8, they are 9-10 since Dec. 30 and nine games behind the surging Atlanta Hawks in the Southeast Division standings. The..." February 03
CBSSports.com "Real GM's up-and-coming reporter Shams Charania reports that league executives believe that Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal will garner a max extension or offer in free agenc, and that the Wizards will shell out for however much it runs them. As league executives believe in Beal's ability..." November 27
Real GM Basketball "For Bradley Beal, the progression of his talent and skill only needed to balance a properly structured upbringing. His parents and brothers had carefully sculpted a maturity beyond his years, reminding him of the people whom he’d require in life’s quest for intellect. From the moment Beal entered..." November 27
CSN Washington "Now Bradley Beal is past his second day of full-contact practices, the path to playing for the Wizards looks clearer with three games this week. Even Wednesday's vs. the Dallas Mavericks isn't being ruled out yet. "I can't answer that," Wizards coach Randy Wittman said when asked about Beal's..." November 19
Injury updates: Wittman said Beal will see NYC doc next week for scheduled visit. Webster still rehabbing. No setbacks, but no progress.
CSN Washington "The Wizards' season already is in a tailspin before it begins. The team learned Saturday that Bradley Beal's left wrist is indeed fractured and likely will be out 6-8 weeks, though that has yet to be confirmed until after the procedure, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed to..." October 12
Washington Post "The Washington Wizards’ three-game, six-day road trip to open their preseason slate concluded in ugly fashion Friday with a 99-86 loss to the Charlotte Hornets at Bon Secours Wellness Arena. The lopsided affair was the Wizards’ first loss of the preseason, but the most troubling result occurred..." October 11
Washington Post "Washington Wizards starting shooting guard Bradley Beal is expected to miss some time after injuring his left wrist in Friday’s preseason loss to the Hornets, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. The person described Beal’s injury as “not good” after he underwent an MRI..." October 11
CBSSports.com "Everyone else was saying it, so Bradley Beal joined in. "We're definitely the best backcourt in the league," the third-year shooting guard said at Washington Wizards media day Monday. So that was that. Beal and point guard John Wall swaggered through an endless series of interviews and photo..." September 30
ESPN.com "Team USA will on Tuesday formally announce the release of Washington Wizards guards John Wall and Bradley Beal and Atlanta Hawks forward Paul Millsap from its FIBA World Cup roster, sources with knowledge of the moves say. USA Basketball has scheduled a Tuesday 2 p.m. ET teleconference so..." August 05
Washington Post "For the first month after the Washington Wizards‘ season ended in the Eastern Conference semifinals, Bradley Beal tried separating himself from basketball, his first love. Not only did the Wizards guard not touch a basketball, but he barely watched the playoffs, as the sight of other teams vying..." July 03
CSN Washington "Earlier today we posted an article about Kevin Love trade rumors involving Klay Thompson with thoughts on how a similar deal involving the Wizards and Bradley Beal might work. The post included tweets from my friend and colleague Dan Feldman, who covers the NBA for ProBasketballTalk.com and runs..." June 21
Washington Post "Washington’s basketball franchise hadn’t experienced the pleasure of winning a second-round playoff game since the Reagan administration. It hadn’t won a game of any kind in Indiana since George W. Bush was in office. But when the Wizards arrived at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Monday for their..." May 06
CSN Washington "Playing on the road makes the NBA unpredictable, especially when its two games in three days and a team, such as the Wizards, is coming off a triple-overtime game. Injuries and minutes restrictions are concerns for coach Randy Wittman, who is going to have a juggling act on his hands particularly..." February 28
USA Today "Once upon a time, according to the Washington Post, Bradley Beal was just a kid who was a family friend of Cornell Haynes. Haynes, who is older, would occasionally walk him to school. Beal grew up to be an NBA player. Haynes, not long after those walks to school, became a rapper better known as..." February 16
Bradley Beal will take part in the three point contest all star weekend in NOLA #WizardsTalk
CSN Washington "Midway through the third quarter vs. the San Antonio Spurs, Bradley Beal ran into a hard screen from Tim Duncan and was slow to get up. He'd slammed into his shoulder and could be seen going through a concussion protocol with athletic trainers on the bench before he could return to the game. Beal..." February 06
CSN Washington "Just in time for what could be the Wizards' most important stretch of the season, the minutes for shooting guard Bradley Beal will increase starting Saturday vs. Oklahoma City Thunder at Verizon Center, CSN Washington has learned. Beal has been playing under a minutes restriction since..." February 01
Pro Basketball Talk "It looked pretty bad when it happened — Bradley Beal seemed to twist his knee awkwardly late in the Wizards loss to the Timberwolves on Friday, and was carried off the floor by his teammates. While it’s tough to make a visual diagnosis of any but the most gruesome of injuries, history tells us..." December 28
That looked horrible, folks. Brad Beal couldn't even put pressure on his leg. Was carried off the floor. Real bad.
Washington Post "In a building where the franchise hadn’t won since Bradley Beal was in seventh grade, in a game John Wall deemed a “must-win” and with Brazilian big man Nene again resting his ailing right heel, the Washington Wizards finally put to rest some unsettling trends Monday night with a 102-101 victory..." December 17
CSN Washington "Bradley Beal said he will try to play for the first time since Nov. 23 when the Wizards face the New York Knicks here Monday night (CSN, 7:30). Beal, who last played vs. the Knicks at Verizon Center, practiced fully for the first time since he was cleared a week ago to resume basketball-related..." December 16
Martell Webster (ankle) returned to practice. Nene (heel) did not. Bradley Beal (leg) did some work on the court as well #wizards
CSN Washington "Bradley Beal isn't back from the stress reaction from his lower right leg, but he's at least on the right path. After having his first evaluation since being put on the shelf Nov. 24, the Wizards are seeing some light at the end of the tunnel as he is being allowed to increase basketball..." December 11
Wizards G Bradley Beal has been cleared to increase basketball activities after MRI on his foot, team says.
Nene (Achilles) will be a gametime decision tonight vs. ATL. Beal (fibula), Harrington (knee), & Porter (hip) all out #WizHawks
ESPN.com "Washington Wizards starting shooting guard Bradley Beal has a stress injury in his right leg and will be re-evaluated after two weeks, the team said Tuesday. Beal underwent an MRI Monday after experiencing soreness in his lower leg. Beal, who leads the team in scoring with 20.6 points per..." November 26
CSN Washington "Just when things starting looking up for the Wizards on Monday with the return of Otto Porter to practice, they're holding their breath after Bradley Beal went for tests later in the day on his right leg. The Wizards confirmed late Monday night that Beal began complaining about soreness in his..." November 26
CSN Washington "Having four games in five days, even for a second-year player such as Bradley Beal, can be a bit much. Beal hasn't been himself in the last two games, combining to shoot 14-for-40 from the field, including 3-for-16 from three-point range. "Sometimes, I can feel my legs aren't in it. A few..." November 24
CSN Washington "Over the next couple of days, the Wizards will stun absolutely nobody when they formally announce picking up the third-year option on Bradley Beal's contract. Not that preseason action had any bearing on such financial matters, but who wouldn't want to fork over more coin after the stupendous..." October 27
Washington Post "Bradley Beal was so hard on himself in his first NBA season that he would drop his shoulders in disgust if he missed an open jumper during training camp and even wept in the locker room after disappointing performances in his first two games with the Washington Wizards. Coach Randy Wittman..." October 04
Washington Post "Bradley Beal was in Baltimore on Wizards assistant Sam Cassell’s old turf at legendary Dunbar High so he had to expect what followed: A heavy dose of trash talk and tales from his coach about how he used to dominate the court on which they stood. “He tried to show me some banners like he was..." September 22
CSN Washington "Bradley Beal's jersey hanging in the Verizon Center rafters some day in the distant future would mean the Wizards made the right call drafting the shooting guard. Turns out Beal won't have to wait 10 15 or 20 years for such an honor. The Missouri native's No. 23 jersey is being retired on..." September 07
Washington Post "During his four-day stint serving mostly as an attentive and enthusiastic spectator at Team USA basketball minicamp Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal was reminded of one of his early encounters with Mike Krzyzewski the coach of the U.S. men’s national team. Krzyzewski the legendary Duke..." July 28
CSN Washington "When Bradley Beal's rookie season ended April 2 because of a stress injury to his lower right leg the Wizards projected his recovery to take six weeks which would've been late May. August is around the corner and while Beal has been cleared to resume a lot of basketball activities he hasn't..." July 27
Washington Post "During the brief breaks in action in the Wizards’ first summer league minicamp practice — times when Coach Randy Wittman would pause to offer instruction or mild admonishment for a broken play — Bradley Beal would sneak onto the floor to dribble between his legs or toss up a floater before..." July 09
Washington Post "Bradley Beal expects to be cleared to begin participating in basketball-related activities in “the next week or two” and said that his leg is healing “slowly but surely.” But the Wizards shooting guard admits that the “slowly” part has been most frustrating, since he has been limited for nearly..." June 24
Washington Post "Bradley Beal is still more than a week away from his 20th birthday, but there is another significant date that the Wizards’ shooting guard is possibly monitoring with even greater anticipation: The day when he will finally be cleared to participate in basketball-related activities. According to..." June 19
CSN Washington "The Wizards’ backcourt of John Wall and Bradley Beal will be among about 24 players who’ll compete at USA Basketball’s offeseason mini-camp in Las Vegas. Wall confirmed via text message to CSN Washington on Thursday night that he received and accepted the invitation. Beal, who has yet to..." May 24