Bradley Beal took a tumble in the second quarter of Sunday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks after twisting his right ankle in a collision with Malcolm Brogdon. That's the same ankle Beal sprained on Dec. 28 against the Pacers, an injury that made him miss the Wizards' Dec. 30 game against the Nets.
Beal was fine after staying on the ground for several moments. He remained in the game, so everything appears to be fine.
It is worth noting, however, that Beal returned to the Dec. 28 game to play six minutes after hurting his ankle. He then missed the second half and the Nets game.
Watch the play right here:
Beal, 23, is enjoying the best season of his career with 22.1 points per game.
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