"It's crazy, because they're all pretty much the same size," Beal said. "It's crazy being able to see another [6-10] guy playing point and have two guards who can shoot the ball flying around the court and one big fella who can score pretty much anywhere. It's a little wacky, but something we weren't used to. That's a team that plays hard and it works for them."
John Wall scored 28 points, Bradley Beal rebounded from a rough start to add 25 and the Washington Wizards spoiled the NBA debuts of top picks Ben Simmons and Markelle Fultz by beating the Philadelphia 76ers 120-115 on Wednesday night.