Bradley Beal injury: Wizards' G carried off after injuring left leg

Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

The Wizards' guard may have suffered a devastating left leg injury in the closing minutes of the Wizards' blowout loss to Minnesota.

Not content with a 20+ point blowout loss, the basketball gods have sent down more wrath on the Wizards. Bradley Beal fell in a heap late in the fourth quarter after twisting his left leg and had to be carried off the court, according to those there.

How bad? This ... looks real bad.

We'll find out more after the game, but this would obviously be a devastating loss. It's also worth wondering why Beal was even in the game with the Wizards down 24 and under five minutes left.

Please be OK, Brad.

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