Wizards guard Bradley Beal doesn't yet have a signature shoe, but Nike just released the next best thing: Beal's Player Exclusive HyperRev sneakers.
John Wall was one assist away from his fourth triple-double of his career, when he lobbed an alley-hoop from the three-point line to a leaping Bradley Beal. It was a fitting way to record the triple-double finding his partner in crime, Beal, on such a spectacular play. Wall finished the game with 18 points, 13 rebounds, and 10 assists, as the Wizards cruised to a 106-94 win over...
Bradley Beal reclaimed his starting job for the first time in two months, but whether or not he plays in the second game of a back-to-back is the next step.
Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal will make his return to the starting lineup tonight against the 76ers (6:30 p.m., CSN).
Garrett Temple has been effective on both ends of the court as the starting shooting guard for the Wizards, but Bradley Beal's minutes have begun to spike.
There are plenty of amazing power forwards in the association these days and one that sometimes is forgotten about is Denver Nuggets star Kenneth Faried. Tonight, the Nuggets traveled to face the Washington Wizards and in the fourth quarter, Washington’s Bradley Beal tried to throw down a slam dunk but was prevented by Kenneth Faried’s incredible block: Kenneth Faried, everybody...
It’s nice to see Bradley Beal on the court playing instead of sitting on the bench in a suit. Unfortunately for the four-year Wizards shooting guard, he has battled to various injuries throughout his career, including missing a combined 21 games this season. When he is on the floor he can make things happen, just as he did with a step back that left Denver’s Kenneth Faried on...
During Monday night's defeat at the hands of Isaiah Thomas and the Boston Celtics, Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal broke his nose. It happened early in the second quarter, when the fourth-year guard rotated over to contest Marcus Smart's dunk attempt. Things didn't end well for anyone involved (um, besides Smart). To make a bad situation worse, it looks like Beal will miss...
Dubbed as the next Ray Allen coming out of college, former third overall pick Bradley Beal has fallen short of expectations through his first three seasons in the NBA. After averaging 17.1 points per game in his second season, most NBA experts and Washington Wizard fans were expecting Beal to take the next step into stardom during the 2014-15 season. Unfortunately, those hopes...
Bradley Beal, who starred for Florida for one season before heading to the NBA, appears to be on the verge of stardom. Through four games with the Wizards this season, the shooting guard is averaging 25.3 points a game. Tonight, he nailed a game-winning 3 against the Spurs. Bradley Beal = CLUTCH https://t.co/YOaSbsojZd — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November...
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