Reports of injuries Bulls vs. Wizards: Will Bradley Beal and Alex Caruso play on Wednesday?

On Wednesday night, the Bulls take on the Wizards in a crucial Eastern Conference matchup. The last time out, the Bulls were defeated by the Celtics on the road. The Wizards, meanwhile, were defeated by the Pelicans in a home game on Monday.

Updates on Bradley Beal and Alex Caruso’ injury status

Bradley Beal Reports of injuries Bulls vs. Wizards

  • The Washington Wizards

The three-game losing streak has been a problem for the Washington Wizards. They were on fire at the end of December, but ugly losses due to poor defense have derailed their momentum. Those three teams that they lost to were the Bucks, the Thunder, and the Pelicans.

Corey Kispert SG Tue, Jan 10 Back Game Time Decision
Johnny Davis SG Tue, Jan 10 Hip Expected to be out until at least Jan 13
Kristaps Porzingis C Tue, Jan 10 Ribs Game Time Decision
Daniel Gafford C Mon, Jan 9 Ankle Game Time Decision
Bradley Beal SG Thu, Jan 5 Hamstring Expected to be out until at least Jan 13

Bradley Beal will not play for the Wizards in their next three games because of a minor injury to his left hamstring. He will be reevaluated in about a week’s time after missing those three games. The injury was announced by the Wizards.

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  • The Chicago Bulls

The Chicago Bulls enters this one as a winner of three out of their last four games. Chicago had a three-game winning streak end in a 107-99 road loss to the Celtics on Monday. Chicago defeated strong opposition in the recent winning streak, beating the Nets, 76ers, and Jazz.

Javonte Green PF Tue, Jan 10 Knee Expected to be out until at least Jan 26
Tony Bradley C Tue, Jan 10 Covid-19 Expected to be out until at least Jan 13
Alex Caruso SG Tue, Jan 10 Ankle Game Time Decision
DeMar DeRozan SF Mon, Jan 9 Quadriceps Game Time Decision
Lonzo Ball PG Wed, Dec 21 Knee Expected to be out until at least Feb 24

Alex Caruso (ankle) may play in Wednesday’s game against the Wizards.

Caruso scored six points, dished out four assists, pulled down two boards, and blocked one shot in twenty minutes despite playing with a knee injury on Monday’s loss to the Celtics. DeMar DeRozan (quad) is questionable for Wednesday’s game, so he could get more playing time.