Beal scored 26 points (7-24 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 11-13 FT) in a win over the 76ers on Thursday, adding 10 boards and four assists.
It certainly wasn't the strongest of showings for the Wizards star as Philly's defense stifled him on numerous occasions. Beal has scored 30-plus points 10 times through 20 games this season, and 40-plus points four times, but just couldn't get his shot to fall in this one. Luckily, his 13 free throw attempts helped salvage his night. As the clear first option on this team, the 26-year old has played 38 minutes or more in 12 games so far this year. Concerns exist that Beal could be shut down later in the season when the Wizards are eliminated from playoff contention. If there's any glimmer of hope, it's that those same concerns arose last season, but Beal still saw the most minutes per game of any player in the league, and played all 82 games.
Beal posted 42 points (16-30 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 7-10 FT), six rebounds, four assists and one steal in a loss to the Magic on Tuesday.
After seeming to sprain his ankle in a blowout loss to the Clippers on Sunday, Beal looked no worse for wear in this one as he dropped a blistering 42 points on 53.3 percent from the field. The 26-year old is having another fantastic year, putting up similar value to that of last season, and even producing career-highs in points and assists. As the primary playmaker for this Wizards roster, his impressive number of assists are particularly important, currently sitting at 7.2 per game.
Beal generated 23 points (7-19 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 9-10 FT), 11 assists, five rebounds and two steals across 35 minutes in Sunday's 150-125 loss to the Clippers.
Although Beal's price has become rather high in DFS formats, his potential for production makes him a worthy candidate relative to his cost. Beal's 11 assists are representative of his current results, as he's currently averaging the highest assist totals of his seven-year career through 18 games.
Beal had 18 points (5-13 FG, 2-7 3PT, 6-6 FT), nine assists, three rebounds and two steals in 30 minutes during Friday's 125-103 loss at the Lakers.
Beal hasn't topped the 20-point mark in three of his last five games but he remains a fairly efficient scorer -- he is shooting 48.2 percent from the field during that span, an upgrade over his 47.2 percent from this season. The eight-year veteran continues to lead the Wizards on the offensive end of the court, and that shouldn't change ahead of another tough road matchup at the Clippers on Sunday.
Beal had 35 points (11-18 FG, 4-6 3PT, 9-10 FT), six assists, two rebounds, one steal and one block in 40 minutes during Wednesday's 140-132 win at Phoenix.
Beal saw his 12-game streak of scoring at least 20 points end during Tuesday's road matchup at Denver, but he bounced back with a strong effort in this one. He continues to be Washington's main scoring threat and averages a career-high 28.9 points per game while shooting 47.6 percent from the field and 35.3 percent from three-point range.
Beal had 14 points (6-15 FG, 2-10 3Pt, 0-2 FT), six assists, four rebounds and one steal in 30 minutes during Tuesday's 117-104 loss to the Nuggets.
Beal had a poor game by his standards, finishing with nearly as many giveaways (four) as assists while struggling with his shot. He has been incredibly good thus far this season, so fantasy owners likely have to cut him some slack after this one. Beal will look to bounce back during Wednesday's matchup versus a Suns team that's expecting Ricky Rubio (back) to play but Aron Baynes (hip) to sit, and Phoenix has really struggled to get stops with Baynes out.
Beal had 20 points (8-18 FG, 2-6 3PT, 2-2 FT), eight assists, three rebounds and two turnovers in 41 minutes during Sunday's 113-106 defeat against the Kings.
Beal ended his streak of scoring 30 or more points at five games, but at the same time, he extended the one of scoring at least 20 points to 12 contests. The shooting guard has been Washington's main scoring threat this season, and that shouldn't change ahead of a road matchup Tuesday at the Nuggets.
Beal had 30 points (10-19 FG, 4-8 3PT, 6-7 FT), 12 assists and five rebounds in 42 minutes during Friday's 125-118 win over the Hornets.
Beal has scored 30 or more points in each of his last five outings, and the veteran shooting guard is currently averaging 37.0 points, 8.0 assists and 4.6 rebounds over that span. He will aim to extend that sizzling run of play Sunday at home against the Kings.
Beal supplied 34 points (12-26 FG, 5-10 3Pt, 5-6 FT), eight assists, six rebounds and a steal across 39 minutes in Sunday's loss to the Magic.
Beal surpassed the 30 point plateau for the sixth time this season as he continues to score at an astounding pace. Moreover, he provided solid supplementary offensive statistics, dishing out eight assists a feat he's matched in five other games so far. Over his past three contests, Beal's pace has accelerated as he's averaging a whopping 40.7 points, 8.0 assists, 4.7 rebounds and 1.3 steals in 38.3 minutes.
Beal provided 44 points (15-22 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 13-14 FT), 10 assists, three rebounds, two steals and a block in 36 minutes during Friday's win over Minnesota.
Beal remained scorchingly hot from the field, finishing with 44 points for the second-straight game. He's made an unprecedented 32-of-49 shots from the field over the past two games, bringing his season-long field goal percentage up by nearly two full percentage points in that span. The 26-year-old has been dominant this season as Friday's effort was his third 40-plus point performance and second double-double of the year. Beal's well on his way to having a career year and, through 10 games, is averaging 29.7 points, 6.8 assists, 4.6 rebounds and 1.2 steals in 36.2 minutes.
Beal had 44 points (17-27 FG, 4-6 3PT, 6-8 FT), six assists, five rebounds and one steal in 39 minutes during Wednesday's 140-133 loss at Boston.
Beal is on a seven-game streak of scoring 20-plus points, although he has reached the 30-point mark four times and the 40-point plateau twice over that span. One of the top scoring threats in the league right now, Beal is trading volume per efficiency this season -- his 43.4 percent from the field would be his lowest mark in the last five seasons, while his 32.1 percent mark from three-point range would be a career-low for him.
Beal scored 20 points (8-21 FG, 3-9 3Pt, 1-2 FT) while adding nine assists and five rebounds in 39 minutes during Friday's 113-100 loss to the Cavaliers.
The 26-year-old hasn't been as efficient as usual this season without John Wall (Achilles) delivering the ball to him, but Beal has made up for it with increased usage and volume as the only established scoring option in the Wizards' lineup. He's scored at least 20 points in six straight games, and while it's early, he's also on pace for a career high in assists (6.5 per game).
Beal compiled 30 points (12-29 FG, 1-12 3Pt, 5-5 FT), five rebounds and five assists in 41 minutes during Wednesday's 121-106 loss to the Pacers.
Beal struggled from beyond the arc but thrived inside it, scoring 30 or more for the third time in the last four games. Furthermore, Beal continues to provide solid production in the rebounding, assists, steals and three-point shooting columns, making him one of the top options across all fantasy formats. Friday's matchup versus a porous Cavaliers defense represents another prime opportunity for the 26-year-old guard to fill up the stat sheet.
Beal had 30 points (8-19 FG, 3-8 3PT, 11-13 FT), one assist, one steal and six turnovers during Washington's 131-109 loss against Minnesota on Saturday.
Beal extended his 20-point streak to three games and while he is scoring at a high clip -- 27.4 points per game -- he has done it at a very inefficient rate -- shooting 39.6 percent from the field and 34.0 percent from deep. He must do a better job taking care of the ball as well, as Beal has a 9:11 assist-to-turnover ratio over his last two outings. While he remains an elite scorer, the efficiency struggles are something to keep in mind going forward. Washington plays Monday at home against Detroit.
Beal scored 46 points (14-20 FG, 7-12 3PT, 11-12 FT) to go along with eight assists, six rebounds and three steals during Washington's 159-158 loss against Houston on Wednesday.
Beal engaged in quite a duel against James Harden and while he couldn't lead his team to a win, he was surprisingly efficient -- made 70 percent of his field goal and more than 50 percent of his long-range shots -- on route towards his season-high mark of points. He is not going 40-plus points on a nightly basis, but Beal will attempt to continue his strong start to the year -- he averages 26.7 points per game so far -- on Saturday against Minnesota.
Beal finished with 25 points (8-25 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 6-7 FT), 11 assists, five rebounds, and one block in 38 minutes during Saturday's 124-122 loss to the Spurs.
Beal struggled from the field during Saturday's loss, shooting just 8-of-25 for 32 percent. He did hand out a season-high 11 assists, however, salvaging a rough shooting night. Things are likely to turn around sooner rather than later and Beal should continue to punch out top-10 numbers despite what projects as a disappointing season for the Wizards.
Beal was ejected from Wednesday's season opener against Dallas, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
Beal was ejected towards the end of the fourth quarter Wednesday after receiving back-to-back technical fouls. Considering the ejection happened in the final minutes of Wednesday's loss to the Mavericks, it didn't have much of an impact on Beal's final line as the guard finished with 19 points (7-25 FG, 1-11 3Pt, 4-6 FT), nine assists, six rebounds and three steals in 31 minutes. Barring any extraordinary punishments, Beal will start in Friday's tilt with the Thunder.
Beal will be on a minutes restriction during Friday's preseason game against the 76ers, Zach Rosen of the Wizards' official site reports.
The Wizards will limit their star guard's minutes in the final exhibition to ensure he's ready to roll for the regular-season finale Wednesday in Dallas.
Beal signed a two-year, $72 million maximum contract extension with the Wizards on Thursday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
The extension will officially kick in at the start of the 2021-22 season and includes a player option for the 2022-23 year. The point of the contract is to give Beal 10 years of service once he is able to decline his player option, which would make him eligible for a five-year, $266 million contract, which at this point would be the largest in NBA history. On top of that, it's a commitment to the franchise from Beal, who has been part of trade rumors for a while now, but this cements him as a young cornerstone for the Wizards as they look to get back on track.
Beal (rest) produced 21 points (8-14 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 3-4 FT), five rebounds, two assists and one steal across 18 minutes during the Wizards' 115-99 preseason win over the Knicks on Friday.
Beal saw a decent amount of run after being held out of the exhibition against Guangzhou on Wednesday, and he put his time on the floor to good use. The veteran two-guard put in a full 82-game workload for the second consecutive season during the 2018-19 campaign, which helped lead to career bests in points (25.6), assists (5.5), rebounds (5.0) and steals (1.5). With John Wall (Achilles) set to potentially miss the entire season, Beal should once again take on a sizable load in the Wizards' fast-paced attack.
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