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The Washington Wizards continue to be without power forward Al Harrington as he had a setback after a procedure on his right knee, according to head coach Randy Wittman. Harrington will miss at least four more weeks before being re-evaluated. This news came with the announcement that shooting guard Bradley Beal will increase activity, according to Michael Lee of the Washington Post.#wizards announced that Bradley Beal has been cleared to increase basketball activities & Al Harrington will miss 4 weeks after knee surgery— Michael Lee (@MrMichaelLee) December 10, 2013Harrington has missed time on the court since November 12. According to CSN Washington, he underwent a diagnostic arthroscopic procedure "to clean out loose particles" while in Vail, Colo. The forward had a staph infection in the right knee while with the Orlando Magic last season and has struggled to recover since.With the Magic, Harrington appeared in only 10 games. This season, before being sidelined, he ...
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