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According to the Timberwolves PR, Malik Beasley (ankle) is listed as probable for Tuesday vs. the Wizards.
Despite being listed as questionable Sunday, Beasley remained in the lineup and has now been upgraded to probable for Monday. His minutes will continue to cut into Jarred Vanderbilt and Patrick Beverley's.
According to the NBA Injury Report, Malik Beasley (ankle) is listed as questionable Sunday vs. the Rockets.
After suffering an injury that cost him a few games at the end of March, Beasley suited up the previous game and played 23 minutes. Despite the activity, he is questionable to play on Sunday vs the Rockets. If the veteran is out, Taurean Prince and Jarred Vanderbilt could see an increase in their minutes.
Malik Beasley (ankle) will be available to play in Friday night's game against the Denver Nuggets.
Beasley is dealing with an ankle issue that had his status for Friday in serious doubt, but he will turn out to be available. It isn't clear if he will have a minutes-restriction or not, but fantasy managers can look for him to continue to be a solid flex option either way.
Malik Beasley (ankle) won't be available to play in Friday night's game against the Denver Nuggets.
Beasley is dealing with a left-ankle sprain that will leave him sidelined again Friday. The team is hopeful that he can return sometime in the near future, and they are taking him on a day-to-day basis as of now. Look for Jordan McLaughlin and Jaylen Nowell to continue to see additional minutes in his absence.
Timberwolves G Malik Beasley is out Wednesday but is “day to day” and HC Chris Finch is “ hopeful that he can maybe play on this trip” according to Dane Moore.
Despite the inactive status Wednesday night, Beasley’s return from a sprained right ankle seems likely on the current road trip. His next chance to return to the court will be Friday in Denver. Jordan McLaughlin and Jaylen Nowell should be the main beneficiaries of extra minutes Wednesday night.