American authoritative online media The Athletic‘s resident renowned Washington Wizards correspondent Joshua Harris reported on Wednesday in Asia time that the team’s shooting guard Bradley Beal was forced off from their NBA regular season game against the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday night local time after suffering a hamstring injury in his left leg.
According to reports, after Beal collided with Joel Embiid for a loose ball with 4 minutes and 17 seconds left in the final quarter of the game, he suddenly felt soreness in his left leg and had to leave the game.
Subsequently, when Wizards coach Wes Anseld Jr. was asked by reporters about Beal’s injury, he said that Beal unfortunately suffered from a hamstring injury in his left leg. The team doctor is still unable to give a preliminary assessment of how long Bill will be out, the team will arrange for Beal to undergo a scan for his injury before they can determine his return date.
As one of the team’s biggest contributors who helped reverse the situation at critical moments, Beal averaged 68% shooting rate in the last 5 minutes of the game. His absence will be a big loss for the Wizards. The good news is that they have no other injuries, which they have been used to seeing during the regular season in recent years, so in theory, they can still manage to deal with the impact of Beal’s absence.
Beal played 30 minutes in this game, recording 19 points and 5 assists. This season, he has averaged 23.7 points, 3.7 rebounds, 5.2 assists and 52.7% three-point shooting rate.
The Wizards eventually won 116-111 in this NBA regular season game, ending the 76ers’ 8-game winning streak and temporarily ranking 12th in the Eastern Conference.
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