Bradley Beal returned from the NBA's health and safety protocols for a second time this season on Monday and helped deliver a dominant Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day win over the Philadelphia 76ers.
Looking to put an end to a two-game skid, Bradley Beal and the Washington Wizards had a defensive mindset in Orlando on Sunday, and No. 3's play on D proved to be the difference in a big win.
Bradley Beal’s return has had the Washington Wizards offense humming and No. 3 and his teammates are both thriving with BB as the Wiz point man.
The Washington Wizards tipped off the new year on Saturday by playing the conference-leading Chicago Bulls, and gave the East leaders all they could handle, falling on a last-second shot, 120-119.
Bradley Beal's return sparked a great team performance which sealed a victory for the Washington Wizards at home on Thursday.
Led by a breakout performance by Bradley Beal, the Washington Wizards put their recent struggles behind them to end their west coast road trip with a victory.
Bradley Beal and Kyle Kuzma combined for 51 points, including 10 of Washington's 13 in the extra session, as the Wizards picked up a 119-116 overtime road win in Detroit.