As the season winds down and the Eastern Conference playoff race tightens, every game matters and Bradley Beal is turning it up to try to get his team back to the postseason.
Bradley Beal sank his 1,500th career three-pointer in Tuesday’s game at Atlanta.
Twelve minutes remained before the All-Star break and the Washington Wizards were down double digits, but Bradley Beal refused to mail it in. Instead, he put on his cape, put the Washington Wizards on his back and put forth the type of performance only a three-time All-Star can.
With a layup midway through the fourth quarter of Monday’s loss to the Golden State Warriors, Brad became the 149th player in NBA history to eclipse 15,000 career points.
The Washington Wizards made their second trip to Texas in as many weeks on Monday, and they once again left with their win-streak intact.
Bradley Beal and Co. dug deep to extend their winning streak to four games as Washington outscored the Rockets 65-45 in the second half en route to a 108-103 victory.
Bradley Beal and the Washington Wizards have had some sizable victories this season, but going into Dallas and pulling out a victory over Luka Doncic and the Mavericks might be the biggest thus far.
It was only fitting that, in his return to the lineup on Wednesday, Bradley Beal made his first shot to give the Wizards a lead they held for the duration on the way to a 116-105 victory over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
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.