Facing the reigning NBA champions, led by one of the most dominant players in the league, is a tall task for any team, but Bradley Beal and the Wizards proved once again to be a team on the rise with another early-season statement win.
Washington rebounded from their first back-to-back losses of the season and got back on the right track with their most dominant performance of the year, beating the Memphis Grizzlies, 115-87.
Brad ignites American offense, defense locks in as USA cruises to a much-needed victory.
The United States Men's National Basketball Team has its sights set on another gold at the Olympics, but as Bradley Beal prepares to make his Olympic debut in a few short weeks, the goal, beyond gold, is also to soak it all in and enjoy the one-of-a-kind experience. Team USA sits just weeks away from [...]
Beal accepts invitation to join Team USA's 12-man roster for Tokyo Games this summer.
No. 3's banner season earns his first honor among NBA's truly elite.
Brad Beal's best season yet and a playoff appearance highlight an important year of growth for Wizards.
Sixers take Game 5 to end first-round playoff series, send Wizards into offseason.
Washington staves off Sixers sweep attempt thanks to seven scorers in double figures led by Brad's 27 points.
Beal’s second straight 33-point showing not enough to overcome balanced Philly attack.