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The Beal Deal

After Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal did not get selected to the All-Star game, he has used that as motivation and has taken his game to a new level this season. In late March, Beal became the Wizards best three-point shooter in team history as he passed Gilbert Arenas’ previous single season high of 205 and in all he made 223 long balls and shot 40% from downtown in the regular season. If you look at his stats compared to previous seasons, they stand out. Another example of how Beal has taken his game to a new level is that he averaged 23 points per game this season, a career best.

This breakout season comes after he signed a 5-year deal worth a whopping $130 million.

Last night in a great game that ultimately sent this series to a game 7, John Wall made the final shot with 3.3 seconds remaining that won the game from behind the 3 point line. Therefore he got all the glory after Game 6. It was arguably the biggest shot in Wizards history, and was without a doubt the biggest shot of Wall’s career. But they wouldn’t have even been in that position if it had not been for Bradley Beal.

Wall may have ended the game by hitting the last shot, but he started off the night 1-of-9 in the first half. But Bradley Beal was there all game long. He had 14 points at half time, 20 headed in the fourth quarter, and ended with 33. Beal was also the one who tied the game at 89 with 14 seconds left.
He truly is, the Beal deal.

 

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