Emotions were high as Bradley Beal returned to Capital One Arena. Brad channeled those emotions into his best game thus far for the Phoenix Suns pouring in a season-high 43 points on a remarkable 16-of-21 shooting and added six assists as Phoenix cruised to a 140-112 win over his former team, the Washington Wizards.
To be with the Suns, a team that has an opportunity to win at a high level and a championship is our goal, that’s fun. Basketball is very, you know, it kind of takes you to a new level mentally. But it’s also not easy because you have a target on your back every single night.
Bradley Beal’s teammates and coaches have encouraged him to shoot the three ball more, knowing success wouldn’t be far behind. On Thursday against the Lakers, Brad embraced the message and had his best night since arriving in Phoenix.
Reflecting on an ankle injury, solo time, support from family, friends and a basketball GOAT, the Wizards future in D.C. and what the holidays mean to me.
No. 3 shook off the rust and worked around a minutes restriction to score 16 points in just over 27 minutes on 5-of-12 shooting in a 119-116 win.
Thanksgiving, to me, is one of my favorite holidays. Not only do you get to eat a lot of good food, but for me, it just allows you to get together with family, friends and just express just how grateful for their relationships, for things that they’ve done in your life.
Bradley Beal made his long awaited Phoenix Suns debut on Wednesday night and though he didn’t make an appearance in overtime, he did help the Suns pick up the win in Chicago.
This is my first year on a different team and so it’s kind of me outside of my comfort zone, outside of my shell. And I know that it’ll be an unbelievable journey to document.
Bradley Beal reported for his 12th NBA Training Camp this week. But for the first time, instead of heading to the District of Columbia, Brad took up residence in the desert, set to begin his first season in Phoenix with the Suns.
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