Bradley Beal: 'I've been s—-y all year'

Beal, though, didn’t want to talk about their shortcomings because he has also not been playing up to his own standards. Well, that’s one way of putting it. He was much harsher than that. “In all fairness, I’ve been s—-y all year. So, I’m not going to sit here and talk about two other guys who have really been helping our team out,” Beal said. “I’ll put that on me before them. I have to be better, I have to lead better, I have to produce and lead this team like I want to.”
Source: Chase Hughes @ NBC Sports

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

Andy Larsen @andyblarsen
The Triple Team! 3 thoughts on
1. Yo, did you know the Jazz have the best 2-point % in the league?
2. Defensive communication has been awesome (with actual audio example!)
3. Star guards around the league — Beal, Lillard, even Steph — are scoring less.…11:00 PM
Chase Hughes @ChaseHughesNBCS
Bradley Beal: “I’ve been shitty all year… I’ve gotta be better.” – 10:32 PM
Eric Walden @tribjazz
Donovan, on his windmill: “That was ugly. That was nasty. It definitely didn’t look like Gafford’s.” He said when he was in the air, he didn’t know where Bradley Beal was, and he got cautious about where he was going to land, and potential hurting his ankle, so he drifted a bit. – 10:02 PM
Josh Robbins @JoshuaBRobbins
End of the 3rd Quarter: Jazz 81, Wizards 69
Beal: 14 pts., 4 rebs., 4 assts.
Neto: 13 pts., 3 rebs.
Mitchell: 26 pts., 3 assts.
Points scored off turnovers: Jazz 17, Wizards 10 – 8:49 PM
Eric Walden @tribjazz
Call stands. FTs for Beal. Rudy is quite disagreeable about it. – 8:28 PM
Tony Jones @Tjonesonthenba
Call is going to stand. The Jazz will lose a timeout and Beal will shoot a pair – 8:27 PM
Andy Larsen @andyblarsen
Quin Snyder’s challenging this one. I think I agree with him: Beal jumps into Gobert to get the contact, so an offensive foul. – 8:26 PM
Tony Jones @Tjonesonthenba
Quin is gonna challenge this
I’m about 50 percent sure Beal jumped forward to initiate the contact… – 8:25 PM
Ava Wallace @avarwallace
Halftime: Wizards 51, Jazz 50
Neto: 11p
Gafford & Harrell: 8p each
Beal & Dinwiddie combined for 8p, 3-15fg
Mitchell has 17p – 8:06 PM
Josh Robbins @JoshuaBRobbins
With Kyle Kuzma (health and safety protocols) out tonight, the Wizards will start Spencer Dinwiddie, Bradley Beal, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Deni Avdija and Daniel Gafford against the Jazz, Wes Unseld Jr. said. – 5:26 PM
Chris Haynes @ChrisBHaynes
Washington Wizards star Bradley Beal on his reaction to learning Russell Westbrook wanted out. Also, he reveals how much money he’s missed out on due to All-NBA snubs. All this and more topics with the star on @YahooSports Posted Up w/ C. Haynes pod.
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Beal leads the Wizards in turnovers and is 10th in the NBA in the category. He has the second-most turnovers of any player in the clutch, behind only his former teammate Russell Westbrook. “It’s an adjustment getting used to knowing where we’re supposed to be in our spots, kind of making passes that aren’t there. Sometimes I get caught dribbling in between two many guys,” Beal explained. -via NBC Sports / December 12, 2021
StatMuse: Bradley Beal this season: 22.5 PPG (lowest since 2016) 44.2 FG% (lowest since 2015) 25.3 3P% (career low) The Wizards have lost 9 of their last 14 games. -via Twitter @statmuse / December 12, 2021
Rui Hachimura’s road towards returning from a long absence due to personal reasons will start accelerating next week, as he is expected to begin training with the Capital City Go-Go, NBC Sports Washington has learned. Hachimura, 23, could start working with them as soon as Monday. He has been doing individual work at the Wizards’ practice facility in southeast D.C. since arriving in town in early October. -via NBC Sports / November 18, 2021

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