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Bradley Beal was in Baltimore on Wizards assistant Sam Cassell’s old turf at legendary Dunbar High so he had to expect what followed: A heavy dose of trash talk and tales from his coach about how he used to dominate the court on which they stood.
“He tried to show me some banners like he was the greatest to come out of Dunbar” Beal said shaking his head on Thursday before leading shooting drills during a skills camp held by the Washington Wizards at the school.
Beal gazed up at the banner-covered walls etched with the names of former NBA players who won state and national titles for the Poets: Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues Reggie Lewis Reggie Williams David Wingate and former Maryland star Keith Booth.
Cassell’s Dunbar teams in the late 1980s didn’t have the same level of success but Beal still let him have his moment even though Cassell’s name was nowhere to be found on any of the banners.
“With Sam you can’t believe everything he tells you” Beal said as he looked around.
If Beal eve...
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