Bradley Beal has spent his entire career with the Washington Wizards after being a top-five pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. One of just two scorers to average over 30 points per game, Beal has been on an absolute tear this season.
Although he’s played in eight seasons, Beal has only reached the playoffs four times, and he hasn’t been out of the first round since the 2017 postseason. With players of his and John Wall‘s talent, the Wizards, although Wall’s been injured, need to be better.
Beal is on a massive contract that doesn’t expire for three more full seasons and could use a change of atmosphere in order to get to that next level of success. However, like for the rest of the stars, he’d have to request to leave the Wizards.
As a playmaker and just an all-around guard, Beal has transcended his game throughout the last few years. Making 3.0 threes per game, Beal has become one of the best shooters in the league as well.
Beal is 26 and could be a star for years to ago. He’d be a worth-while target for the Warriors.