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Topic - Bradley Beal
Marcin Gortat got overly excited when the Wizards first got to .500 and thought they could win 50 games, and while he was ridiculed by some he wasn't that far off.
The playoffs should harden this blossoming team, giving it an opportunity to gauge not only where it stands against the league's best, but also an understanding of what it will take to one day get there.
John Wall sets up Bradley Beal to succeed, but veteran Andre Miller comes off the bench to produce similar results through different methods.
Bradley Beal could have been mistaken as a football player tonight after executing several plays that lead to the Wizards 114-93 win over the Heat.
Bradley Beal admitted to not feeling well but insists he'll play because of the importance ofthe game vs. Miami and his rivalry with Dwyane Wade.
Bradley Beal admitted to not feeling well at Monday's shootaround but expects to play and hopes Dwyane Wade is on the court for Miami.
Trevor Ariza had a game-high 25 points, Nenê added 18 points and the Wizards emphatically defeated the Heat, 114-93, before a sellout crowd of 20,356 at Verizon Center in their final home game of the regular season.
Nene led Washington, which moved up from No. 7 with Charlotte's loss, with 17 points for a 96-86 victory at the Orlando Magic.
Nene led five players in double figures with 17 points in his second game back for a 96-86 victory at Orlando Magic, completing a season sweep for the first time since 1989-90 season.
Nene last played Feb. 23, and with it being crunch time the Wizards hope to get him back for Wednesday vs. the Charlotte Bobcats.
The return of the real Bradley Beal, who has his shooting stroke again, could be just the start for a team that will get better with Nene's return as they enter the postseason.
Carmelo Anthony kept losing the ball all night long, and now the New York Knicks have lost their hold on eighth place in the Eastern Conference playoff race.
Bradley Beal's mid-range jumper helped to stave off the Knicks and lift the Wizards to a win on Friday night. Watch it here.
Bradley Beal played a huge part in the Wizards win over the Knicks but he credits the whole team for their success.
Bradley Beal did it again by hitting the game-winning shot for Wizards, who beat the Knicks for the third time this season and second time at Madison Square Garden, 90-89.
"Everybody, all the vets on the team, always say it's a different brand of basketball," Beal said. "It's gonna be physical, and you've got to be ready for it. It's gonna be, bar none, the best [teams have] ever played all year."
"It was a post route," Beal said to a locker room full of laughs. "The safety bit on the ball fake so I was able to beat the corner, get free. Touchdown. ... Hopefully, the Redskins will pick me up."