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Bradley Beal’s Wife Has A 3-Word Reaction To Wizards’ Issues

Bradley Beal’s Wife Has A 3-Word Reaction To Wizards’ Issues

The Washington Wizards were blown out by the New Orleans Pelicans 124-106 on Wednesday night. Bradley Beal scored 47 points and dished out six assists in the losing effort.

Over the last six games Beal’s scoring totals have been as follows: 47 points, 33 points, 31 points, 34 points, 41 points and 60 points. His team’s record in that span? 1-5.

Following the Wizards’ most recent defeat, Beal’s wife, Kamiah Adams-Beal, took to social media to express her frustration.

She was not happy.

Kamiah is not alone in her thinking. Beal is averaging a league-leading 35.4 points per game, and many believe it’s time to “free him” and send him somewhere where he can actually win. The Los Angeles Lakers have emerged as a popular candidate.

Earlier this week, ESPN NBA analyst Kendrick Perkins suggested two possible trade options for Beal: the Miami Heat and Philadelphia 76ers.

While the Sixers seem like an unlikely destination due to their reluctance to include Ben Simmons in any deal, Miami has long since been considered a likely suitor for Beal’s services. The organization desperately wants him – should he actually become available.

After Wednesday night’s disappointment, Beal was asked during the postgame media session whether he wanted to remain with the Wizards.

“This is why I stayed, I want to win [here]… it’s tough [losing],” he said, per Chase Hughes of NBC Sports.

This aligns with what Beal has said in the past. He has been consistent in his desire to stay with the Wizards and win – but at some point his hand may end up getting forced. This franchise has few means to improve, and Beal isn’t getting any younger.

In the coming days, weeks and months Beal will need to make a choice: stay with the team and hope that somewhere down the line they improve, or pull a James Harden and demand your way out.

Which option will he ultimately choose? Time will tell.

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Anthony Amador

A recent graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.

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