The Washington Wizards announced Sunday they will indeed finally be returning to the court for a real-life NBA game against the San Antonio Spurs.

The Wizards haven't played in 13 days due to a COVID-19 outbreak hitting their camp, which hindered them from fielding the minimum of eight players in their previous games.

Now it's go time again:

Bradley Beal and company last played back on Jan. 11 when they hosted the Phoenix Suns. The two-time All-Star generated 34 points, eight rebounds, and nine assists in a 128-107 victory. The Wizards were without point guard Russell Westbrook, who's questionable to play on Sunday.

Due to the coronavirus, the Wizards were forced to have six games postponed to later dates. During this time off, Washington snagged Alex Len and Jordan Bell to bolster its frontcourt depth.

The acquisitions were largely in part of Thomas Bryant's absence for the remainder of the season after suffering a torn ACL injury two weeks ago. Moreover, backup big man Moritz Wagner is also out for their next few games due to the league's health and safety protocols.

Both Len and Bell are expected to make their debuts against a Spurs squad heading to the matchup with a two-game losing skid. With the arrival of their free-agent recruits, the Wizards will now be able to field the required minimum of eight players despite a number of players still sitting out.

Armed with a lowly 3-8 record, the Wizards will have to find a way to quickly turn things around in a bid to snag more wins in their coming games.