Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Minutes Per Game
Points Per Game
Assists Per Game
Rebounds Per Game
Blocks Per Game
Steals Per Game
2022 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2021 156339.1 36.0 23.2 6.6 4.7 0.4 0.9
2020 259543.3 35.8 31.3 4.4 4.7 0.4 1.2
3y Avg. 224543.2 36.2 29.2 5.6 4.6 0.4 1.1
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Will receive rest Sunday

    Beal won't play Sunday against the Warriors and will receive rest from the coaching staff, according to Ava Wallace of The Washington Post. Beal underwent season-ending surgery in February to address a left wrist injury, and even though he recorded only 18 minutes in the preseason opener, that should be enough to suggest he's healthy entering the upcoming campaign. The Wizards are not looking to deal with any risks regarding his availability, so with that in mind, resting him represents an intelligent decision.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Sees 18 minutes in preseason opener

    Beal (wrist) recorded nine points (4-8 FG, 1-4 3Pt), three assists, two rebounds and two steals in 18 minutes during Friday's preseason game against the Warriors in Japan. Beal underwent season-ending surgery in February to address a left wrist injury, but the fact that he was able to play in the Wizards' preseason opener suggests that the guard is fully healthy ahead of the regular season. Despite not receiving a full complement of minutes Friday -- which was to be expected -- Beal's participation bodes well for his availability going forward as he looks to bounce back in 2022-23. In 40 appearances last season, Beal averaged 23.2 points, 6.6 assists and 4.7 rebounds across 36.0 minutes per game.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Agrees to five-year max with Wiz

    Beal (wrist) and the Wizards came to terms Thursday on a five-year, $251 million max contract, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. As had been widely speculated in recent weeks, Beal will accept the five-year max from Washington and remain with the Wizards -- at least for the time being. The star guard has never asked for a trade out of Washington, but he's one of a handful of players the rest of the league will continue to monitor. Assuming he sticks in Washington next season, Beal will look to bounce back from a disappointing 2021-22 campaign that was ultimately cut short (40 games played) by left wrist surgery in February. Prior to the procedure, Beal averaged only 23.2 points per game on 45.1 percent shooting -- this after he posted a career-best 31.3 points per game on 48.5 percent shooting in 2020-21.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Declines player option

    Beal (wrist) declined his $36.4 million player option Wednesday, making him a free agent, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Beal is eligible to sign a five-year max deal to return to Washington, or he can sign with another team on a four-year contract. Rumors seem to indicate Beal is interested in remaining with the Wizards and taking the most money possible. He's coming off a down year where he struggled shooting relative to his standards, averaging 23.2 points on 45.1 percent from the field and 30.0 percent from deep. He also appeared in just 40 games and underwent season-ending wrist surgery in early February.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Season-ending surgery on tap

    Beal plans to undergo season-ending surgery after he had his left wrist re-evaluated Tuesday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. After initially suffering the injury Jan. 29, Beal missed four consecutive games and was already set to miss a fifth straight contest Thursday versus Brooklyn. Shortly after being diagnosed with the sprained wrist, the veteran guard saw a specialist in New York City, which quickly raised alarms about a long-term absence. Those concerns didn't dissipate following Beal's one-week shutdown, and after receiving additional medical opinions, he looks poised to go under the knife. Aaron Holiday has started in place of Beal in each of the last four games and will likely continue to see an increased workload for the remainder of the season, as should young wings Corey Kispert and Deni Avdija. From a usage standpoint, Spencer Dinwiddie and Kyle Kuzma will likely continue to carry most of the load, but the Wizards hopes of sticking in the playoff picture are significant damaged with their best player out of commission. According to Wojnarowski, Beal is eligible to sign a five-year, $245 million contract extension with the Wizards this summer, but his upcoming wrist surgery could halt momentum on a potential deal. If an extension isn't reached his offseason, Beal will have a decision to make regarding his $36.4 million player option for the 2022-23 campaign.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Out Thursday, surgery not ruled out

    Beal will remain out for Thursday's game versus Brooklyn, and the Wizards are continuing to explore various treatment options for the shooting guard's sprained left wrist, including surgery, NBA writer Marc Stein reports. Evaluations of Beal's wrist remain ongoing more than a week after the Wizards initially shut him down with the injury. He'll be sidelined for a fifth straight game Thursday, and even if the Wizards are able to definitely rule out surgery for Beal, his absence will likely be extended into next week, if not through the All-Star break. Aaron Holiday has started in place of Beal for the past four games but hasn't offered much from a fantasy perspective with averages of 7.5 points, 2.5 assists, 1.8 rebounds and 1.3 steals in 21.8 minutes.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Out at least one week

    Beal (wrist) met with a specialist regarding his injured left wrist Tuesday and will be re-evaluated in approximately one week, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. The fact that Beal met with a specialist in New York City outside of the Wizards organization isn't the greatest sign, so fantasy managers should be prepared for the possibility that his absence extends past one week. For now, he'll miss at least the team's next four games, with his earliest possible return date coming Feb. 10 versus Brooklyn. Aaron Holiday drew the start Thursday versus the Bucks and could remain in the lineup for the duration of Beal's absence.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Out at least next two games

    Beal will be sidelined for at least the Wizards' next two games due to a sprained left wrist. Beal apparently sustained the injury during Saturday's blowout loss to Memphis, which he finished with just nine points on 2-of-11 shooting in 35 minutes. The star guard will miss both halves of the Wizards' Tuesday/Wednesday back-to-back set, so the soonest he could be back would be Saturday's home matchup against the Suns. Considering the Wizards have only three games on their Week 16 schedule, Beal should probably be pulled from lineups in most weekly leagues.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Shoots poorly but dishes 12 dimes

    Beal had nine points (2-11 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 5-7 FT), two rebounds, 12 assists, one block and one steal over 35 minutes during Saturday's 115-95 loss to Memphis. Beal had one of his worst shooting performances of the season, as he knocked down only two of his 11 shot attempts and finished below 10 points for the first time on the campaign. However, he partly made up for the subpar shooting by dishing 12 dimes -- his highest mark since Jan. 1. Beal has blossomed as a distributor this season, averaging a career-best 6.6 assists per game.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Near double-double in loss

    Beal closed with 23 points (8-15 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 5-6 FT), nine rebounds, six assists and one steal over 40 minutes during Tuesday's 116-115 loss to the Clippers. Beal scored 20-plus points for the third time in his last four games and fell one rebound shy of notching his second double-double of the season. Over his last four games, he has averaged 22.5 points, 7.5 assists, 5.8 rebounds and 1.3 steals in 37.0 minutes. He'll look to continue his strong play during Washington's upcoming three-game road trip.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Close to double-double in loss

    Beal chipped in 25 points (10-19 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 4-5 FT), five rebounds and eight assists over 40 minutes during Friday's 109-105 loss to Toronto. Aside from a 13-point game against the Sixers on Jan. 17, Beal continues to shine as a scoring weapon for the Wizards and has been remarkably consistent -- he has scored at least 20 points in all but two games since Dec. 6. He's averaged 26.1 points per game while shooting 48.9 percent from the field in that stretch. His role as Washington's go-to player on offense is not under any sort of question, but the efficiency levels are certainly impressive.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Not enough in loss

    Beal finished Wednesday's 119-118 loss to the Nets with 23 points (7-18 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 6-8 FT), four rebounds, nine assists, one block and two steals over 37 minutes. Beal led Washington in scoring as well as assists -- including a dime to Kyle Kuzma, which made it a one-point game with less than a minute to play. Even amid a moderately efficient night, Beal logged a team-worst minus-11 in the box score. He's in a mini-slump, shooting just 36.5 percent from the field over his previous three games. He'll look to breakout against Toronto on Friday.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Returns with 13 points, six dimes

    Beal (COVID-19 protocols) contributed 13 points (5-12 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 2-3 FT), five rebounds, six assists and one block in 33 minutes during Monday's 117-98 win over the 76ers. Making his return after a three-game COVID-19-related absence, Beal was back in the starting lineup at shooting guard, sending rookie Corey Kispert to the bench. Beal was relatively quiet in his 33 minutes -- he failed to reach 20 points for the first time since Dec. 13 -- though it's very possible he was battling some conditioning issues, as he was a game-time call leading up to tipoff. With an off day Tuesday, expect Beal to be in action again Wednesday against the Nets.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Will be available Monday

    Beal (COVID-19 protocols) will be available for Monday's game against the 76ers, Wizards insider Quinton Mayo reports. Beal was initially deemed a game-time call, but the Wizards have since clarified that the star guard will be available for the first time in more than a week. Expect Beal to be in the starting five at his usual shooting guard spot.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Clears protocols, will be GTD

    Beal (COVID-19 protocols) is considered a game-time decision for Monday's matchup against the 76ers, Wizards insider Quinton Mayo reports. The good news is Beal has officially cleared protocols, so it's likely a matter of whether or not his conditioning is strong enough for him to play after he missed the Wizards' last three contests. Prior to entering protocols, Beal strung together a six-game stretch in which he averaged 27.3 points, 8.8 assists, 4.8 rebounds, 1.2 steals and 2.2 threes (36.1% 3Pt) across 36.7 minutes per contest.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Gets questionable tag for Monday

    The Wizards list Beal (COVID-19 health and safety protocols) as questionable for Monday's game against the 76ers. Though Beal hasn't yet cleared the protocols, the Wizards' decision to bump him up from "out" to "questionable" on the official injury report suggests he'll have a chance to do so prior to the game's 2 p.m. tipoff. Beal has missed the Wizards' last three games while in the protocols, so even if he's cleared to play, there's a chance head coach Wes Unseld Jr. could look to restrict his minutes to some extent while he works to regain conditioning.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Re-enters COVID-19 protocols

    Beal has re-entered the NBA's health and safety protocols and won't play Tuesday against the Thunder, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. Beal was sidelined from Dec. 19 to Dec. 30 during his first stint in protocols, but he returned to score 20-plus points in six straight games. His absence -- regardless of how long -- will be a big blow to the Wizards who are fighting to stay in playoff contention. Corey Kispert, Aaron Holiday, Deni Avdija and Davis Bertans will likely all be candidates for increased roles during the duration of Beal's absence.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Scores team-high 27

    Beal posted 27 points (9-25 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 6-6 FT), five rebounds, five assists, one block and one steal across 29 minutes before fouling out of Wednesday's 114-111 loss to the Rockets. Beal fouling out after just 30 minutes denotes Wednesday as an outlier, but Beal still attempted his most field goals since late October. Despite the volume, Beal snapped a 10-game streak of at least 40 percent shooting from the field. Nonetheless, his plus-1 in the box score was the best of any Wizards starter. Beal will look to assemble a full showing Friday against the Bulls.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Continues hot streak

    Beal recorded 35 points (11-22 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 10-11 FT), seven rebounds, eight assists and one block across 43 minutes during Monday's 124-121 victory over the Hornets. Beal is in the midst of a dominant three game stretch, averaging 30.3 points and 11.7 assists with very few turnovers. It is worth noting that Beal is having a career-worst season from beyond the arc, connecting on only 28.1 percent of his attempts. He hasn't lived up to his ADP, but Beal can be regarded as a top-five asset at the shooting guard position moving forward.
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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Double-double in stat-filling game

    Beal chipped in 27 points (8-20 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 11-13 FT), two rebounds, 17 assists and four steals across 43 minutes during Saturday's 120-119 loss to Chicago. Beal didn't have his best shooting performance, but he excelled as a playmaker and recorded double-digit dimes for the second straight game -- and for the third time over his last six appearances. While his role as Washington's main scoring threat is not under any sort of question, as evidenced by the fact that he's surpassed the 25-point mark in five straight contests, his emergence as a playmaking threat should boost his upside even further thanks to the uptick in usage rate that comes with being the main scorer and playmaker at the same time.
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