Washington Wizards Injuries
Washington Wizards injury news.
Yes, Davis was recently injured himself. But it doesn’t seem likely that he will find much time on the Wizards’ roster, even with Bradley Beal being out.
Beal will miss the next three games before being re-evaluated.
The Wizards’ franchise player has injured both hamstrings this season.
Here is the second part of our interview with Dr. Matthew Levine of The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics in Maryland. This time we focus on the Washington Wizards forward.
We spoke to Dr. Matthew Levine of the Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics in Maryland to learn more.
The Wizards guard was injuredin a game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday.
This could impact the Wizards, depending on how much the teams interact with each other.
Both are currently on assignment for the Capital City Go-Go.
He suffered the injury in the first half.
We spoke to Dr. Leo Rozmaryn, an orthopaedic surgeon at The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics and learned that a torn scapholunate ligament, even in the non-shooting wrist is more serious than you might think.
The center is the latest player to test positive for the virus.
Given that the coronavirus is continuing to spread rapidly in the United States and among the Washington Wizards’ roster, this was inevitable that the head coach was going to test positive at some point.
The coronavirus doesn’t care if it’s affecting a player on a standard NBA contract or a hardship one as in the Wizards guard’s case.
He is the latest player to enter the NBA’s protocols.
He is the eighth player on Washington’s roster to be placed into protocols.
The Wizards now have 6 players in health and safety protocols.