Beal appeared in 57 games for the Wizards in 2019-20. He set per-game career highs in points (30.5), assists (6.1) and made threes (3.0) while also posting 4.2 rebounds, 1.2 steals and 0.4 blocks in 36.0 minutes. He shot 45.5 percent from the field, 35.3 percent from three and a career-high 84.2 percent from the free-throw line. Feb. 24 against the Bucks, Beal set a new single-game career high with 55 points. He shot 19-of-33 from the field, 8-of-13 from three and 9-of-10 from the free-throw line while also posting three assists and two rebounds. That game came just one day after a 53-point outburst against the Bulls. Beal set other single-game season highs of 12 assists, 10 rebounds, eight threes, five steals and three blocks. Beal had 10 games with at least 40 points, 25 games with at least five rebounds and six games with 10-plus assists. He also had eight games with three-plus steals and 18 games with at least one block. Beal added eight double-doubles to his resume in 2019-20. In terms of NBA ranks, Beal landed 13th in made threes (170), seventh in made free-throws (385), 19th in assists (347), third in points (1,741), fifth in minutes per game (36.0), second in points per game (30.5), 17th in Player Efficiency Rating (23.1), fifth in usage percentage (34.4), 16th in offensive win shares (4.6) and 11th in offensive box plus/minus (5.3).2018
For the second time in his career, Beal started 82 regular-season games during the 2018-2019 campaign. He led the league with 36.9 minutes per game. Beal also set new career highs with per-game averages of 25.6 points, 5.0 rebounds, 5.5 assists and 1.5 steals. On Feb. 22 he scored a season-high 46 points against the Charlotte Hornets. On March 16 Beal set a new career high for three pointers with nine in a win over the Grizzlies. On Dec. 22 he set a new career high for assists with 15 in a 149-146 overtime victory over the Phoenix Suns. He later matched that assist total against the Toronto Raptors on Jan. 13. Beal was named to his second All-Star team and scored 11 points in a little over 17 minutes for Team LeBron. On the season, he scored 2,099 points, which was the fourth-highest total in the league. Beal was also fourth in the league in total field goal attempts with 1,609.2017
Bradley Beal started all 82 games for the Washington Wizards during the 2017-2018 campaign. It was the first time in his NBA career in which he played in all 82 regular season games. Beal averaged 22.6 points per contest, along with a career-best 4.4 rebounds and a career-high 4.5 assists per game. Beal collected four double-doubles during the regular season. On Dec. 5, Beal scored a career-high 51 points during a win at Portland. During the win, Beal connected on a staggering 21-of-37 shots from the floor. The prolific shooting guard registered 15 outings with at least 30 points. In late January, Beal was named as a reserve for the 2018 All-Star Game. He scored 14 points during his first ever All-Star appearance. Beal finished fourth in the league in field goal attempts (1,484) and finished 13th in the NBA in scoring average (22.6). The Wizards made the playoffs, largely as a result of Beal's continued success. He averaged 23.2 points, 3.3 rebounds and 2.8 assists during six games against the Toronto Raptors in their first round matchup. Beal crossed the 30-point mark in two of the last three contests, though the Wizards fell in six games.2016
After an injury riddled prior season, Bradley Beal started 77 games in 2016-17. In his fifth NBA season, Bradley Beal stepped up his scoring for the Washington Wizards. For the first time in his career, the 6-foot-3 guard averaged over 20 points per contest. Beal's 23.1 points per game tied him with teammate John Wall for 19th-most in the NBA. He also set new career highs with 3.5 assists per game and a 48.2 field goal percentage. On Nov. 21, Beal scored a career-high 42 points while shooting a terrific 14-of-22 in a win over the Phoenix Suns. It was his first career 40-point performance and first of four during the 2016-17 season. Two of those performances came during a six-game stretch in February. Over that span, Beal averaged 28.8 points, 3.8 assists, and 3.5 rebounds on 54.8 percent shooting. During the regular season, he posted 13 games with at least 30 points. In the 2017 playoffs, Beal averaged 24.8 points on 47.1 percent shooting in 13 starts. The Wizards defeated the Hawks in the first round of the playoffs, but lost to Boston in seven games during the Eastern Conference semifinals.2015
Due to injuries to his left shoulder, right leg and pelvis, Beal was only able to appear in 55 games (35 starts) for the Wizards during the 2015-16 season. And yet, despite the injuries, Beal had the best shooting season of his young career. The prolific guard shot a career-best 44.9 percent from the field despite attempting 4.9 threes per game. The improved shooting led to Beal averaging a career-high 17.4 points. The St. Louis native started Washington's first six games, but during the Nov. 7 loss at Atlanta, Beal injured his left shoulder, forcing him to miss three straight contests. On Dec. 4, Beal scored a season-high 34 points to go with eight rebounds and five assists during a home win over the Suns. Then, he was held out of a Dec. 11 game at New Orleans due to right leg soreness and ultimately rested for 18 of the team's next 23 games. Beal then came off the bench for most of the following 19 games and averaged 17.1 points per contest over that span. The injuries woes would soon continue during a March 7 loss to Indiana, as Beal injured his pelvis and missed four of the following six games. Beal returned March 19 but sat out the last two games of the season. Washington finished with a 41-41 record and missed the playoffs.2014
Beal broke his left wrist during an October preseason contest and missed the first nine games of the 2014-15 season. He made his season debut on Nov. 19 and posted 21 points in a home loss to Dallas. On Dec. 29, Beal scored a season-high 33 points, adding five boards and three assists in a win at Houston. Beal delivered his first double-double of the season with 21 points and 10 rebounds, plus six assists, during a loss at Oklahoma City on Jan. 2. A month later, on Feb. 2, Beal delivered his second double-double with 18 points and 11 boards in a loss to visiting Charlotte. A toe injury suffered during a Feb. 5 loss at Charlotte forced Beal to miss eight straight games. The St. Louis native returned Feb. 28 and played in 21 of Washington's last 23 regular-season contests. He ended the year with an accuracy mark of 40.9 percent from three-point land, which ranked ninth in the NBA. The Wizards finished the season with a record of 46-36 and defeated Toronto in the first round of the postseason before falling to Atlanta in Round 2. Beal played in all 10 of Washington's playoff games, producing an average of 23.4 points, 5.5 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 1.6 steals.2013
After an injury-riddled rookie season, Beal started 73 games for the Wizards in 2013-14. He delivered improved per-game averages in terms of points (17.1), assists (3.7), steals (1.0) and three-pointers (1.9). On Nov. 10, Beal scored a career-high 34 points and added six boards in a road loss to the Thunder. Beal started Washington's first 13 games, but on Nov. 25, it was announced that he'd aggravated the right-leg injury that forced him to miss the last couple weeks of the 2012-13 season. Fortunately, Beal only missed nine games, returning on Dec. 16 to post 21 points and seven boards in a win at New York. Once in November and twice in January, Beal dealt a career-high eight assists. That included his Jan. 20 performance when he generated 22 points, nine rebounds and eight assists in a home win over Philadelphia. On Feb. 11, Beal scored a career-high 37 points in a loss at Memphis. The Wizards finished with a 44-38 record and beat the Bulls in the first round of the playoffs but lost in Round 2 to the Pacers. Beal played in all 11 playoff games, averaging 19.2 points, 5.0 rebounds, 4.5 assists, 2.0 three-pointers and 1.6 steals.2012
After one season at the University of Florida, Beal was selected with the third overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft by the Wizards. The 19-year-old rookie joined John Wall to form one of the most dynamic backcourts in the NBA. Beal made his NBA debut on opening night (Oct. 30), posting eight points, three rebounds and three assists in a loss at Cleveland. He was then named Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for December after averaging 13.4 points, 3.9 rebounds and 3.4 assists over 12 contests. On Jan. 16, the shooting guard posted 26 points and six assists during a loss at Sacramento. Beal appeared in 41 of Washington's first 43 games until he suffered a wrist injury on Jan. 23 in a loss at Utah. Beal tried to play through the injury but ultimately missed five games. He returned Feb. 8 and played in 10 straight contests, a run which included a 28-point effort in a Feb. 11 win at Milwaukee and a 29-point performance during a March 1 loss at New York. An early March ankle injury then cost Beal 19 of the last 24 games. He concluded the season with per-game averages of 13.9 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.6 three-pointers, and as a result, he was named to the 2013 All-Rookie First Team.
June 28, 2012Drafted by the Washington Wizards in the 1st round (3rd pick) of the 2012 NBA Draft. Shortly there after, singed a multi-year, rookie agreement with the Wizards.
July 26, 2016Signed a five-year contract with the Washington Wizards
October 17, 2019Signed a two-year contract extension with the Washington Wizards. Signing is extension on deal signed in July, 2016. Covers the 2021-22 season and includes a player option for 2022-23.