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Swagger is the word these days. As we are all encouraged to keep it real, even rookies can express their opinions openly on their interviews. It’s not a bad thing, and it makes the league more interesting. Players are expected to be most sympathetic to their fellow players, but swag is not about sympathy. Bradley Beal, fringe rookie of the year runner up...
It has been interesting this season to listen to the responses of Derrick Rose’s peers when they’re asked their thoughts regarding the young injured superstar. If you remember, Rose was cleared medically by doctors months ago but decided to sit out the full season and hasn’t played since April in 2012. So when Washington Wizards [...]
The Bulls' season is over, but Derrick Rose continues to be criticized.
Wizards rookie Bradley Beal told the Washington radio station 106.7 The Fan that he thought Derrick Rose was "scared" to return after sitting out the entire season and the playoffs recovering from knee surgery.
"He might have to give it a go," Beal said. "If you're practicing...
The Chicago Bulls season has ended, but that’s not stopping people from continuing to take shots at star guard Derrick Rose. Rose now has wet behind the ears rookies taking shots.
Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal was talking to LaVar and Dukes on 106.7 The Fan about the situation, and Bradley couldn’t help but voice his opinion.
“That’s hard, because I’ve never experienced...
OUT OF LINE?
Bradley Beal may have only been a rookie this year, but he called out veteran star Derrick Rose for sitting the year out with his injury.
It seems at times, and some may say most of the time, the media over-hypes stories, and the Derrick Rose “should he have played or not play?” has seemingly been one of those stories. However, when it reaches to the point where other NBA players are talking about Rose’s decision, there may be some smoke near this fire. Washington Wizards rookie Bradley Beal, when he is not being...
Derrick Rose’s teammates were nothing but supportive of his decision to sit out the entire season after suffering an ACL injury but Wizards rookie guard, Bradley Beal, admitted in an interview with LaVar and Dukes on 106.7 The Fan that he’d lose respect for one of his teammates if they made the same decision.
According to Sarah Kogod, The Washington Post (h/t Pro Basketball...
Photo by Joe Glorioso When the Washington Wizards selected Bradley Beal, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard from Florida with the 3rd overall pick of the 2012 NBA Draft, everyone expected him to develop into a starter. What we didn’t envision was how quickly Beal would become a star. Without John Wall in the line up for the first two months of the season due to a knee injury, Beal struggled...
The Washington Wizards have officially shutdown rookie Bradley Beal after a series of injuries tainted his first run in the NBA.
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