The news on Bradley Beal's injured leg was somewhat encouraging. The news on Al Harrington's troublesome right knee, however, is not. Harrington will miss at least the next four weeks (likely longer) after loose particles were discovered in his troublesome right knee. Via the team: Wizards forward Al Harrington underwent a diagnostic arthroscopy and lavage procedure this evening to clean out loose particles in his right knee. He will miss the next four weeks and then be re-evaluated. The procedure was performed by Dr. Richard Steadman in Vail, Colorado. That ... does not sound good. The right knee, of course, is the same one that caused Harrington to miss most of last season. He also has not played in the Wizards' last 12 games, and it sounds like he won't play for quite a while. Remember: he's out 4 weeks and then will be re-evaluated, which means he'll likely need some time to get back up to speed before playing.