Gary Neal

#14 PG / Washington Wizards / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 210 lb Age: 31 College: Towson

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INJURY ALERT: Out | Leg | Out until at least Feb 11
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    Wizards' Gary Neal: Out Tuesday

    Neal is still nursing a sore right leg injury and has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Knicks, Jorge Castillo of The Washington Post reports. Neal sat out a game in late January with the same injury, but he'd played in each of the Wizards' last five games, logging between five and 18 minutes. It appears the soreness hasn't fully dissipated yet, as he wasn't even able to take part in shootaround Tuesday. The Wizards will play their final game before the break Thursday against the Bucks, but the team may just opt to hold Neal out of that game in order to afford him a more extended rest.

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    Wizards' Gary Neal: Perfect from field in return

    Neal (leg) returned to action Saturday against the Rockets, contributing 12 points (5-5 FG, 2-2 3Pt) and one rebound across 16 minutes. Neal missed the Wizards' previous game against the Nuggets on Thursday due to a sore right leg, but Friday's off day provided the veteran guard with enough time to recover. Though he was able to find his shooting tough once again Saturday and is shooting an excellent 43 percent from three-point range on the campaign, Neal may have a tough time regularly clearly 20 minutes now that the Wizards' backcourt is back to full health with Bradley Beal returning from a concussion Thursday.

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    Wizards' Gary Neal: Doesn't play Thursday due to sore leg

    Neal ended up sitting out Thursday's 117-113 loss to the Nuggets with a sore right leg, Chris Miller of CSN Washington reports. The Wizards kept Neal active for the contest, according to The Washington Post's Jorge Castillo, but it might have been the case where coach Randy Wittman only wanted the backup guard available in an emergency, as the team was already using its two inactive spots for Alan Anderson (ankle) and Kris Humphries (knee), who are out with longer-term injuries. The sore leg shouldn't sideline Neal for long, but with Bradley Beal (nose, concussion) back in the fold after a one-game absence, Neal probably can't count on seeing much more than 20 minutes per game once he's at full health.

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    Wizards' Gary Neal: A game-time decision against Nuggets on Thursday

    Neal is game-time decision for Thursday's game against the Nuggets, Jorge Castillo of the Washington Post reports. Neal is a game-time decision with what is at this moment an undisclosed issue. He has dealt with an illness earlier in January, though he appeared to be fine on Tuesday when he scored 14 points in 22 minutes against the Raptors. Will Bradley Beal (nose) also a game-time decision, look for Jared Dudley, Kelly Oubre, and Garrett Temple to pick up any missed minutes from Neal.

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    Wizards' Gary Neal: Scores 14 points Tuesday

    Neal tallied 14 points (6-12 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT) and two rebounds over 22 minutes in Tuesday's loss to the Raptors. Neal provided some solid scoring production off the bench in place of Bradley Beal, who was out with a broken nose and a concussion, but he didn't see his playing time expand much in this contest. Over 11 appearances in January, Neal is averaging 9.6 points, 2.3 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and 0.8 three-pointers.

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    Wizards' Gary Neal: Will play Wednesday

    Neal will play on Wednesday night against the Bucks. Neal was questionable heading into the game after coming down the a sudden illness which caused him to miss Wednesday morning's shootaround, but it appears he'll be able to play through the sickness. Neal, along with the return of Bradley Beal, will add depth at shooting guard for the Wizards.

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    Wizards' Gary Neal: Game-time call Wednesday

    Neal (illness) will be a game-time decision for Wednesday's tilt with the Bucks, Jorge Castillo of The Washington Post reports. After missing the Wizards' morning shootaround after experiencing flu-like symptoms, Neal was back on the court to attempt shots during pregame warmups. Neal's presence on the court would seem to suggest that he'll be available, but it looks like the Wizards will wait until closer to the game's 7:00 ET tip time before making an official call on his status.

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    Wizards' Gary Neal: Questionable for Wednesday

    Neal missed Wednesday morning's shootaround due to flu-like symptoms and is questionable for Wednesday's game against the Bucks, the Jorge Castillo of the Washington Post reports. Neal's status for Wednesday is still unclear, although missing shootaround suggests he's likely to spend the night on the bench. He may wait to make a decision until after going through pregame warmups, seeing if he can shake the bug before tip. If Neal is ruled out, look for Garrett Temple to carry most of the workload, with the possibility of Bradley Beal also returning to the court Wednesday night.

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    Wizards' Gary Neal: Returns to action Wednesday

    Neal (quad) played 21 minutes off the bench in Wednesday's loss to the Cavaliers and contributed 13 points, a rebound, and an assist. Neal did not contribute much across the board Wednesday, but he was able to get out on the floor after missing the previous five games. With Bradley Beal (leg) still out, Neal and Ramon Sessions will split the majority of the available minutes off the bench at the two guard positions.

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    Wizards' Gary Neal: Takes part in shootaround

    Neal (quad) took part in shootaround Wednesday morning, Jorge Castillo of the Washington Post reports. Neal missed his fifth consecutive game Sunday against the Heat, but after returning to practice Tuesday, there's a chance he'll play Wednesday night against Cleveland. The Wizards are yet to rule him in or out, and a final decision may not come until he can be evaluated closer to game time.

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