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Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal has been sidelined about a month since fracturing his left wrist.  If you were like myself, you were very high on Beal in fantasy basketball this season.  Well, so far 2014 has been nothing but disappointing for the former Florida Gator, as he is yet to step on the court this season. 

So how is Beal’s rehab going? Wizards coach Randy Wittman gave an update to CSN Washington on Monday, “He’s able to run and do some things with one hand out there.  Until the doctor gives him the OK to start catching passes that’s the next step obviously, to go out there and start using the left hand.  When that point is, I don’t know.”

Not exactly news you want to hear if you are a Beal owner.  His injury timeline is still on track (six to eight weeks from the initial injury) but every week without him playing, your fantasy team is taking a hit—like mine.  In the meantime, Garrett Temple will continue to start in Bradley’s absence. 

Dan SchalkBasketballNews and UpdatesWashington WizardsWashington Wizards guard Bradley Beal has been sidelined about a month since fracturing his left wrist.  If you were like myself, you were very high on Beal in fantasy basketball this season.  Well, so far 2014 has been nothing but disappointing for the former Florida Gator, as he is...Why go anywhere else for sports and entertainment?