Brown (knee) is out for Saturday's summer league game against the Knicks.
Brown is still nursing a left knee bruise. It's possible we've seen the last of him in summer league, as the playoff format is single elimination.
Brown suffered a left knee contusion and won't return to Tuesday's summer league game.
Brown had two points in seven minutes prior to sustaining the injury. The specifics and severity of the issue remain unclear, but the Wizards are likely to remain cautious with his return to summer league action.
Brown will play for the Wizards during summer league, Candace Buckner of The Washington Post reports.
Brown started the final 10 games for the Wizards last season, averaging 10.4 points, 4.6 rebounds and 2.2 assists across 30.3 minutes. However, he occupied that role mostly due to the Wizards being clearly out of the playoff race. Brown will look to continue showcasing his development in Las Vegas.
Brown exited Tuesday's game against the Celtics due to a hamstring injury. He will not return.
This injury marks the end of Brown's season, as Tuesday is the Wizards' final game. Prior to this contest, the rookie had started the past nine games, averaging 11.0 points, 4.7 rebounds and 2.2 assists in 31.6 minutes.
Brown ended with 24 points (9-16 FG, 5-7 3Pt, 1-1 FT), seven rebounds, one assist, and one steal in 37 minutes during Sunday's 95-90 victory over the Nuggets.
Brown went off for a career-high 24 points Sunday, torching the Nuggets with five triples from his seven attempts. He has now scored in double-digits in two straight games but had scored just 15 points combined in his three games prior. He should be in for decent minutes on a nightly basis moving forward but is tough to trust outside of deeper formats.
Brown will start Thursday against the Nuggets, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
With Trevor Ariza (groin) out, coach Scott Brooks will give Brown the nod. Brown played 30 minutes during Wednesday's loss to Chicago, posting nine points, 10 rebounds, two assists and a steal.
Brown finished with nine points (3-5 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), 10 rebounds, two assists and a steal over 30 minutes in the Wizards' loss to the Bulls on Wednesday.
Brown played heavy minutes, logging his most playing time all season in Wednesday's loss. With the Wizards barely alive in the Eastern Conference playoff race and unlikely to make any noise in the playoffs, the Wizards' coaching staff may elect to give the 18-year old some extra court time over the final few weeks of the NBA regular season.
Brown had zero points (0-1 FG, 0-1 3Pt) and two assists in five minutes during Saturday's 119-112 loss to the Pacers.
Brown rejoined the team after suiting up in the G League on Friday, but he was used sparingly in this one. The rookie rarely sees double-digit minutes and has appeared in only 30 games this season, though he could be a bit more involved in the latter stages of the campaign.
Brown has returned to the Wizards and will play in Saturday's game against the Pacers, Candace Buckner of The Washington Post reports.
According to coach Scott Brooks, Brown will see the court Saturday. That said, he's unlikely to see much more than the 7.2 minutes he's averaging this season. Through 29 appearances, Brown's averaging 2.4 points and 1.3 rebounds.
Brown (ankle) has been sent back to the G League and will participate in Friday's game, Candace Buckner of The Washington Post reports.
Brown has healed from his ankle injury, and the organization will opt to give him some run in the G League before stepping back on an NBA court. He's played 208 minutes with the Wizards, totaling 70 points, 39 rebounds, 27 assists, eight steals and a block on 40.0 percent shooting.
Brown (ankle) will remain out until after the All-Star break, Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington reports.
The reports regarding Brown's ankle issue have been inconsistent, although it now appears that he'll be sidelined for at least another week while rehabbing. If all goes according to plan, he could be back out on the court as soon as Dec. 22 in Charlotte, although an update on his status should be provided as that date nears.
Brown (ankle) is expected to return after the All-Star Break, Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Brown's ankle sprain is relatively serious, and he is not expected to play until late February. He's appeared in 12 games since January, averaging 7.3 minutes. Chasson Randle could absorb much of that time.
Brown (ankle) has already been ruled out for Friday's game against Cleveland and will likely miss Saturday's contest against Chicago, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
Brown's ankle issue is evidently significant enough to hold him out for a few more games. After essentially being ruled out for the weekend, Brown could have a chance to take the court next in Detroit on Monday, although his return will depend on how his ankle responds to treatment.
Brown has been ruled out for Friday's game against Cleveland, Zach Rosen of the Wizards' official site reports.
Brown is slated to miss his third straight game while dealing with a left ankle sprain. His next opportunity to return will come Saturday in Chicago.
Brown (ankle) will not play Monday against the Hawks.
Brown tweaked his left ankle against the Bucks on Saturday, and he remains in a walking boot Monday. Coach Scott Brooks stopped short of ruling the rookie out of Wednesday's rematch with Milwaukee, but at this point it seems rather likely that Brown misses both contests before a potential return Friday against Cleveland or Saturday in Chicago.
Brown (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Monday's game against the Hawks, Zach Rosen of the Wizards' official site reports.
Brown suffered the ankle injury on Saturday against the Bucks, however the X-rays came back negative. It's unclear how long he will be out, but it doesn't seem that he will be ready to go Monday. He's only averaging 7.2 minutes per game, so if he doesn't play, his absence shouldn't affect the Wizard's rotation.
Brown underwent X-rays on his left ankle -- which came back negative -- following Saturday's loss to the Bucks, Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Brown avoided a fracture but is set to undergo a CT scan Sunday to help determine the severity of the injury. According to Candace Buckner of The Washington Post, the rookie first-round pick left the arena with a protective walking boot on his foot and was using crutches. Brown should be considered questionable at best as the Wizards have a short turnaround as they face the Hawks on Monday.
Brown was recalled from the G League on Saturday.
Brown has been getting some run for the Wizards lately. He's seen 28 minutes over the past three games, totaling nine points, five rebounds and two assists.
Brown was assigned to the G League on Friday.
Due to injuries piling up in Washington, Brown has seen decent run over the past month, garnering 7.5 minutes per game and averaging 2.4 points and 1.1 rebounds in his 11 January appearances. Still, the organization will opt to get him as much playing time as possible, so he'll be sent down to the G League to participate in game action there.
Brown has rejoined the Wizards for Sunday's game against the Raptors.
The rookie will be an option off the bench, but he hasn't been a regular part of Scott Brooks' rotation. Brown has logged double-digit minutes just five times on the season.
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