NEW YORK -- The Wizards allowed John Wall to go through most of Sunday's practice but he's still "banged up" with a right thigh contusion and Bradley Beal will be able to play without restrictions, according to coach Scott Brooks, when they face the Brooklyn Nets on Monday.
"Don't see much of that the next game," Brooks said of Beal, who was limited to 30 minutes in a 107-105 loss to the San Antonio Spurs.
Wall took a knee to his thigh in a Nov. 28 win over the Sacramento Kings. He has played 37, 38, 39, 37, 43, 44 and 37 minutes. He'd been under some restrictions earlier in the season coming off two knee surgeries May 5.
Beal had played 40, 40, 38, 38, 41 and 42 before having his time momentarily restricted. After Monday's game, the Wizards play at home Tuesday vs. the Orlando Magic.
Backup center Ian Mahinmi (right knee) practiced Sunday but has been declared out for the fourth game in a row since making his debut with the Wizards on Nov. 26.
"See how he feels each day. For tomorrow he's definitely going to be out," said Brooks on Mahinmi, who will be playing under a restriction whenever he does return. He had surgery on his left knee to repair cartilage before the season but his right one is being called soreness.