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Latest Bradley Beal Items
Bradley Beal had an interesting answer on why he doesn't eat Chicago deep dish pizza before Tuesday's Game 2 -- and it had something to do with bathroom habits.
Bradley Beal and Kirk Hinrich both received technical fouls after getting tangled up in the second quarter of Game 2. Watch it here.
John Wall only had one turnover in the second half and Bradley Beal smothered D.J. Augustin in the clutch and led with seven assists which means both had solid games despite their low field-goal percentages.
The Wizards are top 5 in the NBA in three-point shooting, but they only took 11 -- nine fewer than the Bulls -- in Game 1 and Bradley Beal is perfectly OK with that going into Game 2 Tuesday.
The Wizards dug themselves out of a 13-point third-quarter hole not on the backs of John Wall and Bradley Beal, but behind veterans Marcin Gortat, Trevor Ariza and Nenê, who had a game-high 24 points in his first start since spraining the MCL in his left knee.
The playoff debuts of John Wall and Bradley Beal didn't start well, but they gathered themselves and contributed by doing the dirty work and helping the post players shine.
Who made shots under duress? Who defended the rim? Who ran the most against the Bulls? These and other Player Tracking numbers from the Wizards Game 1 victory.
Although the Bulls are supposed to be the better team, that is not necessarily the case. Coverage of Wizards playoffs begins tonight at 6:30 on CSN.
CHICAGO -- The first playoff game for the Wizards in six years takes place Sunday, and just how do they match up with the Chicago Bulls going into Game 1 of the Eastern Conference first-round series from United Center? It's not as lopsided as many think. Guards