Bradley Beal

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Bradley

Beal

2017 - 18 MPGFG%3P%FT%PPGRPGAPGBPG
SEASON 35 42.9 28.6 78.3 25 5 4 2
CAREER STATS 33.3 44.1 39.9 79.5 17.7 3.6 3.1 0.3

HEIGHT

6 ft5 in

/ 1.96m

WEIGHT

207 lbs

/ 93.9kg

LATEST VIDEOS

0021700020 DET WAS RECAP

John Wall records a double double with 27 points and 10 assists as he leads the Wizards to a 115-111 win over the Pistons.

0021700020 VO DET WAS BEAL BLOCK Q1

Reggie Jackson steals the pass from Bradley Beal but Beal makes up for it by blocking Jackson's dunk attempt at the other end.

0021700006 PHI WAS RECAP

John Wall scores 28 points and hands out eight assists to lead the Wizards past the visiting 76ers, 120-115. Robert Covington scores 29 points in the loss.

0021700006 PHI WAS beal hl

Bradley Beal scores 25 points and grabs six rebounds versus the 76ers.

0011700075 WAS NYK RECAP

Bradley Beal scores 24 points and Kelly Oubre Jr. adds 21 as they lead the Wizards to a 110-103 victory over the Knicks.

0011700063 WAS MIA RECAP

Bam Adebayo scores 15 points and Jordan Mickey knocks down the game-winning three as the Heat defeat the Wizards 117-115.

0011700063_VO_WAS_WALL_ASSIST_Q1

Bradley Beal cleans up the glass with an assist from John Wall.

0011700040 CLE WAS RECAP

Carrick Felix scores 13 points as the Wizards defeat the Cavaliers. 102-94.

20171008_WAS_BEAL_THREE_Q1

Bradley Beal drains the step back 3-pointer.

0011700030 NYK WAS RECAP

John Wall set the pace for the Wizards with 19 points and 6 assists in a 104-100 victory over the Knicks.

201718 Fantasy Preview Wizards Beal Wall

How dynamic will the Wizards backcourt of John Wall and Bradley Beal be this season for fantasy players?

0011700005 GUA WAS RECAP

Jodie Meeks scores 19 points off the bench as the Wizards defeat the Long-Lions 126-96.

0011700005 GUA WAS Beal Layup Q1

Bradley Beal drives to the basket and finishes with the layup.

20170928 SCHUHMANN STAT WASHINGTON WIZARDS

NBA.com writer, John Schuhmann, breaks down the stats behind the Washington Wizards ahead of the start of the 2017-2018 NBA season.

Celtics Wizards 2017 Playoffs Conference Semifinals Series Recap

Relive the best moments and reaction from the thrilling seven-game conference semifinal series between the Celtics and Wizards

20170515 motn

Bradley Beal loses Isaiah Thomas and knocks down the fadeaway jumper.

20170515 Top 5

Take a look at the top action from this Monday in the NBA Playoffs on the Top 5.

0041600207 WAS BOS gm7 RECAP

Bradley Beal scores 38 points but Isaiah Thomas's double-double and Kelly Olynyk's 26 points leads the Celtics over the Wizards in Game 7 and advance to the Eastern Conference Finals.

0041600207 vo was bos Beal hl

Bradley Beal erupts for 38 points as the Wizards suffer a 115-105 loss to the Celtics in Game 7.

0041600207 vo was bos beal four point play q4

Bradley Beal comes off the screen and drains a three-pointer while being fouled for a four-point play.


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

PROFESSIONALLY: Holds a career average 16.0 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 247 games (213 starts)…Scored 18 points in the NBA’s first ever sanctioned game in Africa (8/1/15)...Finished second in the 2014 Foot Locker Three- Point Shootout at All-Star Weekend in New Orleans…Participated in the USA Men’s Basketball mini-camp in Las Vegas (July 2012 and 2013)…Scored 21 points in the 2014 BBVA Rising Stars Challenge…Was named to the 2012-13 NBA All Rookie First-Team and finished third in the Rookie of the Year voting…Named Eastern Conference rookie for the month in December 2012 and January 2013…Scored 12 points and had four assists in the BBVA Rising Stars Challenge at All- Star Weekend in Houston (Feb ’12)…Set the Wizards franchise rookie record with 91 three-pointers made.
2015-16: Appeared in 55 games (35 starts), averaging a 3.4 rebounds, 2.9 assists and a career-high 17.4 points…Became the first player in franchise history since Earl Monroe in 1968 to score at least 24 points in the team’s first five games…Recorded 13 games of 24+ points…Wizards went 7-3 when Beal scored 25 or more points…Shot a career-high 44.9% from the field… Had a season-high 34 points on 5-8 shooting from three vs. PHX (12/4)…Had four games with 5 three-pointers, tied for the most in his career…Hit the game-winning three as time expired to beat the Spurs 102-99 (11/4)…Missed 24 games due to injury; (three games due to a shoulder contusion (11/10-11/17); 16 games due to a stress reaction in his right fibula (12/11-1/11); 1/26 due to a broken nose and concussion; and four due to a sprained pelvis (3/8-3/12, 3/17, 4/11-4/13).
2014-15: Averaged 15.3 points (second on the team), 3.8 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game in 63 games (59 starts)...Finished ninth in the NBA in three-point field goal percentage (.409)...Scored a season-high 33 points at HOU (12/29)...Had 13 games of at least 20+ points...Recorded two double-doubles...Had two games with five three-pointers made...Scored 18 points and grabbed a season-high 11 rebounds vs. CHA (2/2)...Had the game winning layup as time expired at ORL (12/10)...Missed 18 games due to injury; nine games due to a fractured left wrist (10/29-11/19); two games due to a sore right big toe (2/7-2/9); seven games due to a mild stress reaction-lower right fibula (2/11-2/27, 3/7). Missed one game (4/15-rest).
2013-14: Averaged 17.1 points (second on the team), 3.7 rebounds, 3.3 assists per game in 73 games (73 starts)... Finished second in the 2014 Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout at All-Star Weekend in New Orleans...Scored 21 points in the 2014 BBVA Rising Stars Challenge...Finished 20th in the NBA in three-point shooting at .402 (138-343)...Recorded two games of 30+ points...Tallied 21 games of 20+ points...Had two games of at least six three-pointers made...Scored a career-high 37 points (15-of-24 from the field) at MEM (2/11)...Scored 34 points at OKC (11/10)....Hit the game-winning lay-up in Washington’s 102-101 victory over NYK at MSG (12/16)...Recorded a double-double at TOR (2/27) with 11 points and 10 rebounds...Missed nine games (11/26-12/14) due to a stress injury to his right fibula.
2012-13: Averaged 13.9 points (second on the team), 3.8 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game in 56 games (46 starts)...Finished third among all NBA rookies in scoring, second in minutes per game (31.2) fourth among all rookies in three-point field goal percentage (.386)...Tallied 13 games of 20+ points and four games of 25+ points...Had three double-doubles...Posted six games with at least four three-pointers made...Averaged 15.0 points while shooting .468 from the field and .466 from three-point range in 25 games with John Wall in the line-up...Scored a career-high 29 points and grabbed 11 rebounds vs. NYK (3/1)...Scored 26 points and nailed a career-high and Wizards rookie franchise record six three-point field goals at SAC (1/16)...Had 24 points and hit a career-high tying and rookie franchise record tying six-three pointers vs. TOR (3/31)...Recorded 22 points, five rebounds, four assists and hit the game-winning field goal vs. OKC (1/7) with 0.3 seconds left...Posted his first career double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds vs. CHA (11/24)...Missed 26 games due to injury; two games due to a sore back (12/21-12/22); five games due to sprained right wrist (1/30-2/6); six games due to a sprained left ankle; five games due to a sprained left ankle (3/22-3/29); eight games due to a stress injury to his right fibula (4/3-4/17).
PLAYOFFS: Led the team in scoring during the 2014 NBA Playoffs at 19.2 points per game...In the Wizards’ first round victory over the Bulls became the third player in NBA history (Carmelo Anthony and Harrison Barnes) 20-or-younger to scored 25+ points in consecutive playoff games...Became the youngest player in NBA history to have three games of at least 25+ points in a single postseason...Led the team in scoring during the 2015 Playoffs at 23.4 points per game...Ranks fourth in NBA history with games of 20+ points before the age of 22 with 10....Trails Kobe Bryant (18), Tony Parker (14) and LeBron James (13).

College History

COLLEGIATELY:
Averaged 14.8 points, 6.7 rebounds, 2.2 assists, and 1.4 steals per game in his only season at University of Florida…In addition to leading the Gators in rebounding, minutes (34.2) and steals, he led all guards in the six major conferences in rebounding…Was the first player in school history to be named First-Team All-SEC and SEC All-Freshman in the same season…Named to the NCAA West Region All-Tournament Team and All-SEC Tournament team…Was named SEC Freshman of the Week six times.

PERSONALLY: Participated in the 2013 and 2014 White House Easter Egg Roll as a part of the Eggtivity Zone, joining President Barack Obama and other professional athletes in promoting health and wellness...Named the 2011 Gatorade National High School Player of the Year after his senior season in which he averaged 32.5 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 2.8 apg and 2.7 steals...A 2011 McDonald’s and Jordan Brand All-American...Scored 17 points in 21 minutes of action in the McDonald’s All American Game...Two-time Gatorade Player of the Year in Missouri (2010 and 2011)...Prior to his senior season, com¬peted for Team USA in the U17 FIBA World Championships in Germany...Led the USA squad to the gold medal earning tournament MVP honors after averaging 18.3 points per game...Averaged 29.0 points, 5.3 rebounds and 1.7 steals per game while leading Chaminade to a Class 5 district championships as a junior...Before his junior year of high school, anchored the U16 Team USA squad to a gold medal in June of 2009 at the World Championships in Mendoza, Argentina, where he averaged a team-best 19.0 points per game over the five-game schedule.

Traditional Season Stats

SeasonGPMINFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTTOVSTLBLKPFDD2TD3PTS+/-
Season2017 2GP 70MIN 15FGM 35FGA 42.9FG% 23PM 73PA 28.63P% 18FTM 23FTA 78.3FT% 2OREB 8DREB 10REB 8AST 4TOV 3STL 4BLK 6PF 0DD2 0TD3 50PTS 27+/-

Career Snapshot

Advanced Player Stats
YearTeamGPGSMINPTSFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOVPF+/-
2017WAS227050153542.92728.6182378.328108344627
2016WAS777726841779637132248.222355240.428234282.5531872402678321156169332
2015WAS5535170895835979944.910527138.713517676.7411471881625411112117-24
2014WAS6359210796236385142.710625940.913016678.3571842411947618123136192
2013WAS737325301249481114941.913834340.214918978.8542192732437118128153110
2012WAS56461744780282687419123638.612515978.643168211137502990113-92

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