The Washington Wizards returned from their holiday break and got right back to their winning ways, but now they'll have to hope Bradley Beal didn't too badly injure his hamstring.
Thanks to the flourishing combination of Bradley Beal and Kyle Kuzma, the Washington Wizards ended their longest road trip of the season on a high note.
After missing six games with a hamstring injury, Bradley Beal made his return to the lineup for the Washington Wizards this week and in just his second game back, Washington snapped a 10-game losing streak with a win over the Phoenix Suns.
Bradley Beal is having fun this season, and a big reason why is that all the pressure to score the basketball for the Washington Wizards is no longer on his shoulders. Monday's win over the Minnesota Timberwolves was a great example of this.
Bradley Beal got his second game action of the preseason in Washington's final warmup for the regular season on Friday night at Madison Square Garden and if that 30-minute sample was any indication, Brad is ready to go for the real thing.
There was cause for celebration at Capital One Arena after the Washington Wizards open practice on Tuesday, the day proclaimed by the D.C. City Council to be "Bradley Beal Day" in D.C.
As part of a wide-ranging near hour-long interview with JJ Redick and Tommy Alter for Redick's popular NBA podcast "The Old Man and The Three," Bradley Beal revealed what went into his decision-making process, how often he has thought about leaving the Wizards, and why he ultimately chose to stay.
Break out your No. 3 Wizards Jersey and your freshest Jordans on October 11th, because the District is set to celebrate Bradley Beal Day.
Bradley Beal and the Washington Wizards have arrived in Tokyo, Japan and visited Tokyo Tower ahead of Friday's preseason game against the Warriors.
The Washington Wizards got an early jump on other NBA teams, opening their Training Camp this past weekend and Bradley Beal was thrilled to be back on the court with his teammates.