By ANIKA REED
Despite the Washington Wizards' blowout win against the Milwaukee Bucks Tuesday night, the team is hurting.
Bradley Beal has had some shoulder issues, Otto Porter left a game with some leg pain, and to add insult to injury, Martell Webster is to undergo a season-ending hip surgery on Friday, according to a report from The Washington Post.
The team's small forward has played through a partially torn labrum in his right hip since September. Although he took preventative measures, such as receiving cortisone shots, he opted into the surgery after not being able to play in any pre-season or regular season games.
Martell's basketball career has been marred by injury, as he has had three back surgeries during the past four years. He played 186 games for the Wizards during the past three seasons, and he started 75 of those games.
The Wizards go on to play the Detroit Pistons Saturday, Nov. 21 at the Palace of Auburn Hills at 7:30 p.m.