Bradley Beal’s rampage continued Wednesday night, but the last-placed Washington Wizards dropped their third straight competition. After the unsuccessful 47-point result, Beal expressed displeasure with his situation.
When asked if he was frustrated in a post-game press conference, Beal rhetorically replied: is the sky blue?
Beal has averaged 35.4 points, 5.3 rebounds and 4.9 assists per game so far this season, but the Wizards remain the last in the league with a 3-11 record. Often times, the frustration is visible on Beal’s face after every game.
“I just hate to lose. I hate to lose“Said Beal.”And I’ll keep showing angry faces. I try to control them the best I can, but I don’t like to lose.“
After signing a two-year contract extension in 2019, Beal’s contract runs for the 2022-23 season. He can unsubscribe from final season worth $ 37 million if he decides to make the free choice in 2022.
Beal would have enough service time to sign a contract for a maximum of 35% – the highest of the maximum contracts – regardless of whether he hits the free agency in 2022 or 2023.
Of course, changing Beal’s situation may not take a free hand, and trade speculation has often surfaced in discussions about his future.
While there is no shortage of interested teams and fan bases, there are no specific teams associated with Beal to date.