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Washington Wizards second-year guard Bradley Beal came into the NBA touted as one of the most talented players in the 2012 draft. So far in 2013, Beal is proving the analysts correct, and went off for 34 points on the road Sunday against the Oklahoma City Thunder:
Beal hit 13 of his 23 shot attempts, including knocking down 6-8 from three-point range. Sunday’s performance upped Beal’s scoring average to 21 points per game and he’s shooting a blistering 47.6% from long range through six games. Including last season, Beal is shooting over 48% from three since January 1, 2013.
There’s a lot of reasons why the Wizards are projected to make some noise in the Eastern Conference this season, and Beal’s ability to shoot the rock from deep is a big part of it.
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Thunder 106 Wizards 105 November 11, 2013 Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, OK NBA.com boxscore/highlights It was all so beautiful at one moment. The stage was set. The lead was vast. The spotlight was burning on Bradley Beal, who was reciprocating its heat with a smoking trigger finger en route to a new milestone. And […]The post Game recap – Wizards at Thunder: Heartbreak...
Washington (2-3) at Oklahoma City (4-1) November 10, 2013 at 6:00 PM Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, OK TV: CSN Washington Radio: 106.7FM The Fan Projected starting lineups: Washington Wizards C- Marcin Gortat, PF- Nene, SF- Trevor Ariza, SG- Bradley Beal, PG- John Wall Oklahoma City Thunder C- Kendrick Perkins, PF- Serge Ibaka, SF- Kevin […]The post Wizards at Thunder...
Nene is a wall and Russell Westbrook is not as strong as the wall. So this happened. [GIFD] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Bradley Beal matched his career high of 29 points, leading Washington to a 112-108 overtime win over the Nets at the Verizon Center on Friday night. Is a healthy Wizards team returning to the post season? Let us know at the DCPRO reddit page
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Eric Maynor was sitting in a chair, slipping on his flip-flops after the Wizards’ morning shoot-around, when Kevin Seraphin gave him a basketball and asked for a pass. Reluctantly, Maynor threw Seraphin the ball and started the countdown for a game-winner.
“Three, two, one…”
“And the Wizards lose,” Maynor shouted, as if he was broadcasting a game....
Washington (2-4) at Dallas (4-3) November 12, 2013 at 8:30 PM American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX TV: CSN Washington Radio: 106.7FM The Fan Projected starting lineups: Washington Wizards C- Nene, PF- Marcin Gortat, SF – Trevor Ariza, SG- Bradley Beal, PG- John Wall Dallas Mavericks C- Samuel Dalembert, PF- Dirk Nowitzki SF- Shawn Marion, SG- […]The post Wizards at Mavericks...
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Bradley Beal came out of his shooting slump, scoring 29 points to lead Washington to a hard-fought 112-108 overtime victory over the Brooklyn Nets. It was Washington’s second consecutive victory. Beal was one of five Wizards who scored 15 or more points in the game. Nene scored 20 points to go with 8 rebounds, and John Wall added 17 points, 14 assists, 6...
AND DOWN GOES THE 6’11″, 240 pound big guy! Thabo Sefolosha is a very mean guy for doing this to the big guy. [SB NATION] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams planned to drive the baseline and sneak past the Washington Wizards’ defense for a quick layup, but his path was cut off by Nene. When Williams elevated the ball just out of Nene’s long reach, center Marcin Gortat came behind Nene to block the shot.
Gortat had Nene’s back in Friday’s 112-108 overtime win over the Nets at Verizon Center...
The New Orleans Pelicans have signed Josh Childress.
Childress was most recently with the Brooklyn Nets after being amnestied by the Phoenix Suns during the 2012 offseason.
Childress was with the Washington Wizards during training camp and preseason.
After leading for most of the game, the Washington Wizards dropped a 106-105 decision to the Thunder in Oklahoma City Sunday night.
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Trailing by ten with four minutes to play, the comeback was the biggest in Thunder history since moving to Oklahoma. Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka combining for 58 points and 25 rebounds.
Bradley Beal led the Wizards with...