BRADLEY BEAL RUMORS & GOSSIP
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A few weeks ago, Bradley...
Bradley Beal shot just 33.9 percent from long range during his lone season at Florida.
Editors note: This is the fourth in a series examining top prospects in the NBA Draft. Profiles are based on conversations with NBA general managers and scouts.
Perhaps no player will help or hurt his draft stock at the Chicago combine and during individual workouts than Bradley Beal.
Right now, scouts have Beal being selected anywhere from third to seventh in the draft. They love...
PHOENIX -- On a night that set offensive basketball back half a century, the city of Phoenix would like to thank the Florida Gators for doing something no other team in the West Regional could do Thursday: eclipsing the 40 percent shooting threshold.
For that, the Gators can thank guard Bradley Beal, who continues to use the NCAA tournament as his personal showcase.
Bradley Beal needed a nudge.
Florida coach Billy Donovan's prized recruit spent most of the season playing in the shadow of upperclassmen Erving Walker and Kenny Boynton. Beal was content to let his fellow guards handle almost everything, including clutch shots, pep talks and anything in between.
It wasn't good enough for Donovan.
Donovan sat Beal down a few weeks ago...
Via AP on Fox
March 20, 2012
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Earlier in the week, Florida coach Billy Donovan stopped practice during a five-on-five drill that emphasized defense, boxing out and rebounding. Donovan turned to freshman swingman Bradley Beal and flat-out called him out.
"Two offensive rebounds in SEC play, Brad Beal!" Donovan yelled. "How's that possible?"
He paused for effect...
Any chance I get to throw out a Gator hoops highlight, you can bet your ass it’s coming.
Mr. Beal treated me with my first opportunity tonight when he shoved a menacing one-handed yam down Damontre Harris’ throat en route to another home victory for the mighty Gators.
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Bradley Beal has gotten back to form, and that's a good thing for the Florida Gators.
With their star freshman starring again, the No. 19 Gators look for their first road win of the season when they face the South Carolina Gamecocks on Saturday.
The 2011 Gatorade National Player of the Year, Beal scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Florida to a 70-48 victory over...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. No one knew at the time what was about to come, but once the job was finished, Gators freshman Bradley Beal's fingerprints were everywhere.
Beal's prints were on a layup, a free throw, a dunk and a three-pointer a wave of points that helped UF pull away in Thursday night's 82-64 win over Florida State.
The Gators owned a slim 38-36 lead when Beal...
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Highly touted freshman Bradley Beal scored 20 points, one of six players in double figures, and No. 8 Florida beat Catholic University 114-57 in an exhibition game Thursday night.
Mike Rosario, a Rutgers transfer who sat out last season, added 18 points off the bench for the Gators. Kenny Boynton (21), Erik Murphy (17), Erving Walker (15) and Patric Young (10) also scored in double...