Bradley Beal hit another career milestone Monday night. He moved up to third on the Wizards franchise all-time leading scorers list. The shooting guard finished the night with 43 points, 2 rebounds, and 6 assists in the Wizards’ 125-117 loss against the Golden State Warriors.
Now third on our all-time scoring list...— Washington Wizards (@WashWizards) February 4, 2020
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While Washington has lost four of their last seven games, Beal has had an impressive stretch of performances. It’s safe to say he hasn’t let not being named an All-Star this year affect his game.
Here are his points and assists in the Wizards’ last seven games:
Feb 3. vs. GS: 43 pts, 6 ast
Feb.1 vs. BKN: 34 pts, 2 ast
Jan. 31 vs. CHA: 34 pts, 9 ast
Jan. 28 vs. MIL: 47 pts, 6 ast
Jan. 26 vs. ATL: 40 pts, 6 ast
Jan. 23 vs. CLE: 36 pts, 8 ast
Jan. 22 vs. MIA: 38 pts, 5 ast
In his post-game media availability, Beal talked about playing the Warriors without Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, the team’s defense issues, and combatting double-teams. He gave a nod to Alec Burks after he scored 30 points against the Wizards. Beal also spoke briefly about having Moritz Wagner and Rui Hachimura back on the floor.