A day after Bradley Beal tweaked his sore right ankle, he was able to take part in the Wizards' practice Monday and is a go for Tuesday's home game with the Chicago Bulls that could put them over .500 for the first time this season.

"He felt good this morning. You're always worried about the next day," Wizards coach Scott Brooks said of Beal, who went down in the second quarter of Sunday's 107-101 win at the Milwaukee Bucks. "He went through light practice today. I assume everything is going to be fine for tomorrow."

After Beal had made a layup in traffic, as he retreated down the floor he stepped on the foot of Malcolm Brogdon and rolled the ankle again. He initially hurt it Dec. 28 in a win over the Indiana Pacers, but in that game he couldn't return in the second half because of stiffness.

Beal returned Sunday, scoring 12 of his team-high 26 points in the second half. Against Indiana, he returned briefly in the first half but clearly wasn't confident or comfortable cutting or exploding, Beal looked like his old self Sunday. 

"I was good," Beal said. "A little sore but I was alright."

A win also would give the Wizards a 2-1 edge in the season series with Chicago which is playing tonight vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder. 


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