Martell Webster SG/SF WAS 1 Month

Webster (knee) is available for Wednesday's game at Phoenix.

After colliding knees with the Lakers' Jeremy Lin on Tuesday, Webster left the court and didn't return. It's uncertain if he'll actually take the court Wednesday, as he received two DNPs in five games leading up to Tuesday's contest.

Martell Webster SG/SF WAS 1 Month

Webster left Tuesday's game early after colliding with Jeremy Lin and hurting his knee.

Webster attempted to stay in the game, but he inevitably was taken off the floor by the Wizards' training staff. Webster doesn't have a history of knee injuries, and it may have just been a one-time thing, but we'll update as more information becomes available. If Webster is unable to play, Otto Porter Jr. will likely take over his minutes off the bench.

Martell Webster SG/SF WAS 1 Month

Webster didn't complete a minute of action Thursday in a loss to the Thunder, checking into the game very briefly and failing to do anything on the stat sheet.

Webster has been back from injury since Dec. 30, but has only played double-digit minutes in two games this season and has yet to score more than five points in a game. Rasual Butler and Otto Porter Jr. are taking up the majority of the minutes off the bench at small forward, which has taken Webster's role away from him in Washington.

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Webster (back) scored just three points (0-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 3-5 FT) in 14 minutes of action in his first playing time of the season Tuesday.

The Wizards were down big to the Mavericks in this one, so Webster wasn't put in the greatest situation to start his season. Over time, expect him to gain a larger role in the offense off the bench. In 78 games for the Wizards last season, Webster averaged 9.7 points, 1.2 assists and 2.8 rebounds. His next chance to see game action is Friday versus the Bulls.

Martell Webster SG/SF WAS 2 Months

Webster (Back) could possibly return during Washington's upcoming five game road trip, head coach Randy Wittman said in an ESPN report.

Because his return during the long road trip was qualified as "possible", there still isn't a ton of clarity as to when he'll return. Even when he does return, there's no guarantee that he'll contribute enough to be a viable fantasy option.

Martell Webster SG/SF WAS 2 Months

Webster (back) has been ruled out for the Wizards' Christmas Day matchup against the Knicks, CSN Washington reports.

The Wizards were optimistic Webster would be ready to make his season debut at some point this week following his return from the third back surgery of his career, but the nature of the team's schedule has prevented the swingman from logging a full-contact practice. Until coach Randy Wittman is able to gauge Webster's health during one of those sessions, he'll remain glued to the bench.

Martell Webster SG/SF WAS 2 Months

Webster (Back) did not play Tuesday night against the Bulls despite being a nearly full participant in Monday's practice.

Although he has been getting close to a return to game action, Webster was unable to go Tuesday against the Bulls. Rasual Butler and Otto Porter could see a decrease in minutes once Webster is healthy enough to return.

Martell Webster SG/SF WAS 2 Months

Webster (back) went through most of Monday's practice and is nearing a return to game action.

Webster is yet to play this season after undergoing surgery to repair a herniated disk back in June. The 28-year-old will likely need to get a few more full practices under his belt before the team considers bringing him back, but once he's ready, he should step in and contribute right away. Last season, Webster averaged 9.7 points and 2.8 rebounds per game while shooting nearly 40 percent from three. Upon his return, he'll compete with Otto Porter and Rasual Butler for time off the bench.

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Webster (back) is still without an update to return.

Webster has been rehabbing from a surgery from the offseason, and he was previously supposed to have an updated timetable around this time. Even when he returns, it will be hard for him to find minutes in the rotation as long as Bradley Beal, Paul Pierce, and Otto Porter are healthy.

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Webster (back) is still rehabbing, Washington Post's Jorge Castillo reports.

He has yet to begin basketball activities, and the long end of his projected timetable will come to pass later this month.