According to Michael Lee of the Washington Post, Bradley Beal is supposed to be cleared for basketball activities by July 1st. Beal has been sidelined for nearly three months since being diagnosed with a stress injury, similar to that of John Wall, who missed a large portion of the season at the beginning of the year.
Lee also added that Bradley Beal may not participate in the NBA Summer League this season;
A person close to Beal maintained that it’s “too early to say” if he will be able to participate in summer league. Another added that “summer league is not imperative. There is a chance that he doesn’t” participate.
Washington has been cautious with Beal, especially since he’s been dealing with series of ankle sprains throughout the season. The Wizards obviously realize how important Beal is to their organization, and won’t rush him to participate in Summer League, which he was a part of last season.
Bradley Beal has also been invited to the Team-USA Mini Camp this summer, so I’ll be interested to see how his injury affects his status with the national team. John Wall has expressed interest in practicing with Beal over the off-season, so they’ll certainly have the opportunity to do so with the rest of the Team-USA invitees.