Washington Wizards Injuries

Washington Wizards injury news.

Seraphin had knee surgery, should return for camp


The Wizards' big man should be healthy by training camp, but won't play in the World Championships.

Nene likely back Wednesday, on minutes limit


The Wizards should get Nene back as soon as Wednesday, but he won't be able to play significant minutes right away.

Nene could return as early as April 9


He may be back just in time for the end of the regular season and get some more game action before the playoffs. Great news indeed.

Initial Beal diagnosis: Sprained ankle, day to day


The early diagnosis on Bradley Beal's late fall against Orlando is a sprained ankle, but more tests are expected to follow.

Surviving Nene's absence


Nene will be out of action for the next six weeks due to a sprained left MCL. How will the Washington Wizards adjust until he returns?

Nene has sprained MCL, likely out 6 weeks


That'll still keep him out for the majority of the regular season.

Wizards fear Nene tore a knee ligament


The MRI results are not officially back, but early indications are not good. If he indeed tore a ligament in his left knee, he'd be out for the year.

Nene to get MRI on left knee


The Wizards' hopes could rest on that result.

Booker won't play vs. Philly


Beal walked out of arena without crutches


A somewhat encouraging sign.


Beal carried off after left leg injury


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

GRJR on the origin of his injury


"I might’ve bumped it or something [while celebrating] after the game, but that wasn’t why" the injury occurred, Rice said. "I don’t know. Just wear and tear probably. It’s been bothering me, since before the game and it just got to the point I couldn’t take it anymore. It got tender, right after the game. Walking back in the locker room, I had more pain than usual. I said, ‘It’s starting to hurt, again, a little more.’ "

Michael Lee of the Washington Post.

GRJR out 3-6 weeks after wrist surgery


Just when the Rice cooker started cookin', he gets sidelined with an injury.

GRJR may have injured wrist while celebrating


These kind of things always happen to the Wizards.

Wittman: Beal will play vs. Knicks


Rejoice. The Wizards' second-year guard is back.

Beal could return vs. Knicks


The Wizards' second-year guard participated in shootaround and could play for the first time in nine games on Monday, provided he fares well in a pregame workout.

How should Beal's minutes be managed?


Bradley Beal is likely to return soon, but when he does, how can the Wizards lessen the load he carries and keep him healthy.

Martell's a full go, Beal does half-court drills


The Wizards got some good news with Martell Webster, while Bradley Beal is on the comeback trail.

Harrington to miss at least a month


The Wizards' veteran needs to undergo a procedure on his right knee and will miss at least a month, the team announced.

Beal cleared to 'increase basketball activities'


Sounds like Beal's injured leg is progressing.

Nene worried about pushing too hard


I don't know how much to read into these comments, but it's likely that either Nene will be out for a while or when he comes back he'll be on limited minutes or back-to-back restrictions. Or some combination. Or maybe none of the above. I just hope he gets well soon.

Al Harrington had a setback


"We ramped him up here the last few days individually. He wanted to really push it," Wittman said. "Then, he had some soreness. Irritation came back real fast. So, that’s a little bit of a setback there."

Michael Lee of the Washington Post.

Nene is injured again


The on-again, off-again injury issues with the Wizards' big man continue to frustrate.

Nene's done for the night


Webster injures ankle vs. Bucks


The Wizards' swingman came down painfully on his left foot at the end of the first quarter.

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