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.
The Washington Wizards and Boston Celtics have now played two instant classics in the opening two weeks of the season, and Washington has emerged victorious both times — this time thanks in large part to the efforts of Bradley Beal.
Bradley Beal elevated his play when his team needed it the most and the Washington Wizards continued their strong start to the new season on Thursday night.
The Washington Wizards rebounded from a difficult defeat in Brooklyn on Monday to pick up their third win of the season on Wednesday, beating the Boston Celtics.
With sparkling defensive performance, Wizards set the tone in tipping off new era with a win.
A new season begins tonight for the Washington Wizards, and Bradley Beal is ready.
Brad ignites American offense, defense locks in as USA cruises to a much-needed victory.
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