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Topic - Bradley Beal
Both John Wall and Bradley Beal are attempting to make the Team USA roster for the FIBA Basketball World Cup.
Looking at John Wall and Bradley Beal on day one of Team USA's training camp with a back-to-school theme.
Following withdrawals by Kevin Love and Blake Griffin, Team USA added Atlanta's Paul Millsap to their roster. He John Wall, Bradley Beal and 16 other players in Las Vegas on Monday.
It's official: John Wall is back with Team USA. The Wizards point guard commented on the late-but-better-than-never invitation.
Now that John Wall will join Bradley Beal for Team USA workouts, can the Wizards' backcourt actually make the team. The Magic-8 ball says they've got a shot.
ESPN analyst Stephen A. Smith, who predicted LeBron James leaving and returning to Cleveland, says Washington has the best shot at landing Kevin Durant in 2016.
USA Basketball announced 19 players for this month's minicamp ahead of the 2014 World Cup of Basketball. Bradley Beal is the list, but will he make the team?
Marcin Gortat wasn't sure what he was walking into when acquired by the Wizards last October. Now the starting center wants to be with the organization for as long as possible.
The re-signing of Marcin Gortat has Bradley Beal smiling from ear-to-ear and eagerly anticipating the return of Trevor Ariza.
Bradley Beal says continuity in the lineup is "huge" for Washington, and bringing back Gortat is a key step towards retaining their team.
The Wizards need an instant-offense type off the bench and Jordan Crawford became an unrestricted free agent on Monday. Can both sides kiss and make up is the question.
Bradley Beal may still be the baby of the Wizards, but now at least he can buy his teammates a drink. See how Beal celebrated his 21st birthday.
The Warriors are considering dealing Klay Thompson for Kevin Love. Should Wizards consider a similar move involving Bradley Beal?
More thoughts about whether the Wizards should consider dealing Bradley Beal for Kevin Love. ProBasketballTalk's Dan Feldman makes a compelling argument.
Bradley Beal will be teaching kids in the D.C. metropolitan area a thing or two about basketball this summer.
"It would be awesome for us, our families, our country and the Wizards," Beal said, "But if one of us doesn't make it, we'll both support the other."
"You can say that. You can say a lot of things. You can say you wish they didn't double me and John the way they did," Beal said. "You can make a lot of excuses but we still got bigs who are able to post up like Gortat and Book, but I think when we have opportunities on our offensive end, to go and get a good shot. We need to take advantage of it."