While Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal is recovering well from a stress fracture, his status for the upcoming Las Vegas Summer League is still currently up in the air.
Per the Washington Post:
According to people with knowledge of the situation, Beal remains sidelined but is expected to be cleared by July 1, nearly three months after doctors diagnosed a stress injury in his right fibula. The delayed recovery puts in doubt Beal’s availability for NBA summer league in Las Vegas, which begins on July 12, sources said.
For Wizard fans hoping to see Beal in action, the good news is that the Las Vegas Summer League takes place after the Orlando Summer League which could potentially give Beal just enough time to get healthy and see the court. Still, the last thing the Wizards want to do is risk the health of their young star so unless Beal is completely cleared by the Wizards medical staff, its unlikely the former Florida product plays a game in the city of sin.