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The Wizards Are Really Good At Shooting Threes And Should Probably Shoot More Of Them

Here with your weekly look at the Wiz is Mr. Irrelevant contributing writer Bryan Frantz. Trevor Ariza led the Wizards in three-point attempts and makes last season by knocking down 180 of 442. Second in both categories was Martell Webster (146 of 372), followed by Bradley Beal (138 of 343) and John Wall (108 of 308). Wall’s jumper improved dramatically last year, so Wizards fans...
Via Mr. Irrelevant
2 days ago  |  Discuss

The 5th Quarter: Wizards 93 Jazz 84

BRADLEY BEAL ICED THE GAME WITH THIS SHOT THE RECORD The win improves Washington to 17-6 overall and 12-2 at home, where they have won seven straight and are 5-1 against the Western Conference. The win, at least temporarily, puts the Wizards in first place in the Southeast Division and tied with the Toronto Raptors for first in the Eastern Conference. This time last season, the...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Wizards Beat Magic with More Than Just Beal’s Layup

Good teams find a way to win games. On Wednesday the Washington Wizards found a way to escape Orlando with a win. With 0.8 seconds left, Andre Miller‘s inbounds lob to Bradley Beal was perfect and on the money. Beal finished with a layup and the Wizards walked off the court with a 91-89 win. But the Wizards win was more than Beal’s layup. DAGGER! Watch @RealDealBeal23 game...
Via KCM Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Bradley Beal Nails Buzzer-Beating Alley-Oop To Lift Wizards Over Magic (Video)

The Washington Wizards clearly wanted nothing to do with overtime Wednesday against the Orlando Magic. Assisted by fellow Wizards guard (and resident NBA old guy) Andre Miller on a perfect inbounds pass, Bradley Beal converted a wild alley-oop with 0.8 seconds remaining in the game to seal a 91-89 victory. Beal, who scored nine points in the contest, continues to get back in the...
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Bradley Beal connects on inbounds alley oop with 0.8 seconds left to beat Magic (Video)

Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal hit the game-winning shot in Wednesday night's 91-89 victory over Orlando by connecting with an inbounds alley oop with 0.8 seconds left to beat the buzzer.Beal started out in the corner of the court, got a screen and ran to the rim while Andre Miller floated the inbounds pass over the defense with perfect timing, leaving the hometown Magic fans...
Via Holdout Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Wizards Bradley Beal’s Game-Winning Layup off Lob with 0.8 Seconds Left

Tied at 89-89 with 0.8 seconds left Washington Wizards head coach Randy Wittman drew up the perfect play. Andre Miller lobbed the ball off the inbounds while teammate Bradley Beal drifted to the rim. The lob was perfect and Beal’s lift was perfect timing. In the end, the Wizards escaped Orlando with a 91-89 win. The win moves the Wizards to 15-6 on the season, tying them with...
Via KCM Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Bradley Beal Wins Game On Gorgeous In-Bounds Alley-Oop Play

The last few days have been quite an adventure for the Washington Wizards. The Eastern Conference’s current 3-seed lost to Boston in somewhat convincing fashion on Sunday, and appeared to be well on their way towards returning the favor Monday night until the Celtics mounted a fourth quarter rally that eventually pushed the game into Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Beal scores off lob pass at buzzer, lifts Wizards over Magic

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Bradley Beal converted a lob pass at the buzzer to lift the Washington Wizards to a 91-89 victory over the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night. John Wall led the Wizards with 21 points and 11 assists, while Nene added 12 points, Kris Humphries scored 11 and Marcin Gortat 10. Washington, which scored the final seven points, beat Orlando for the seventh straight time...
Via AP on Fox
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Wizards Injury Update: Bradley Beal returns to practice

The Washington Wizards enter tonight's game against the Dallas Mavericks coming off a 98-93 win over the Orlando Magic on Saturday. At 7-2, the Wizards sit on top in the Southeast Division, two games ahead of the Miami Heat. The Wizards continue to play without shooting guard Bradley Beal, who is recovering from a wrist injury. The good news is that Beal returned to practice, although...
Via NBA Injury News
November 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Bradley Beal needs wrist surgery, out indefinitely

WASHINGTON — Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal will need surgery on his left wrist, and it’s not clear yet how long he’ll be sidelined. Beal had an MRI exam Saturday that showed he has a non-displaced fracture of a bone in his non-shooting wrist. He was hurt in the first quarter of a preseason game against the Charlotte Hornets on Friday night. The Wizards said Saturday...
October 11, 2014  |  Discuss

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