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Wizards SG Bradley Beal scored 20 points (8-18 FG, 2-7 3PT, 2-2 FT) in Friday night's win in Oklahoma City. He added four rebounds and six assists to help the Wizards get back on the winning track. They'll tip it up tonight against the Mavericks in Dallas.
Beal's shooting woes from deep continued going 2-7 from behind the arc. The 20 points is to be expected from a player like Beal but something isn't right with his shooting and he will need to increase his percentages if the Wizards are going to get back to the winning ways of the early season.
Wizards SG Bradley Beal scored a team high 23 points (11-20 FG, 0-4 3PT, 1-3 FT), added five rebounds, and one assist in Wednesday night's blowout loss to the Pelicans. The team has now dropped four of their last five games after getting off to a hot start. They travel to Oklahoma City on Friday to play the Thunder.
Beal delivered in the points column but that's about it. He bricked all of his three-point attempts but made it up by shooting 11-16 from inside the arc.
Wizards SG Bradley Beal did it all for the Wizards with 18 points (5-18 FG, 2-7 3PT, 6-6 FT), seven rebounds, nine assists, one steal, and one block as the Wizards fell to the Hornets in DC 109-103. They take the court next on Wednesday night in New Orleans against the Pelicans.
The Wizards are off to a solid start but they will need to make some adjustments after having lost three of their last four. Beal is currently averaging 23 points per game which is acceptable but less than what fantasy investors expect. The season is still early but Beal could be trade bait for fantasy managers should he continue to fall short of the 30 point scoring mark.
Wizards SG Bradley Beal led the team in scoring with 21 points (8-17 FG, 1-7 3PT, 4-4 FT) in Saturday night's home win against the Heat. He narrowly missed a double-double with nine assists and four rebounds. The win comes on the heels of Thursday night's blowout loss in Miami and now pulls the Wizards back to within a half-game of the East leading Nets. They take the court again on Monday when they host the Hornets.
While he nearly delivered a 20/10 game he still hasn't seem to have found his range from three this season, shooting a ghastly 27.8% from beyond the arc. However, once the shots do start raining in he can once again deliver the 30+ point games fantasy managers expect from a player of his abilities.
Wizards SG Bradley Beal once again led his team in scoring with 30 points (11-18 FG, 3-8 3PT, 5-6 FT) but the Wizards dropped their second straight game as they fell to the Heat 112-97 on Thursday night in Miami. Beal added six rebounds, five assists, and one steal through 36 minutes of play. The Wizards will host the Heat in DC on Saturday where the Wizards look to snap their brief slide.
Beal is getting back into the swing of the season and is now starting to see the results in the points column. Fantasy managers can start him with confidence and should begin to expect performances like this on a nightly basis.