Bradley Beal, who recently scored back-to-back 50 point games, continued his scoring spree against the Golden State Warriors on Sunday night. Bradley Beal finished the game with 34 points. The Washington Wizards defeated the Warriors 124-110.
Beal dropped 22 in the 1st and it even had Steph in disbelief 😂 pic.twitter.com/2aoZ5BeUO2— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 2, 2020
Bradley Beal tied his career-high for the first quarter with his 22 points against the Warriors. Stephen Curry, who was watching the Warriors vs Wizards game from the stands, could not hide his disbelief at Bradley Beal’s 22 points. In the video, Stephen Curry is seen shaking head as Bradley Beal scored a basket.
The Warriors, who had snapped their losing streak by defeating Suns, lost to Bradley Beal and the Wizards. Bradley Beal scored 34 points and 8 assists, while shooting 41.7% from the field, 77.8% from the three-point range and 87.5% from the free-throw line. Davis Bertans followed with 29 points. Andrew Wiggins scored team-high 27 points for the Warriors. Jordan Pool and Mychal Mulder both added 17 points.
“I guess the league don’t want me to score 50. I had a drug test today.”— Fred Katz (@FredKatz) February 27, 2020
Bradley Beal said he hadn’t seen a team guard him with a box-and-one since high school.
Said he told Garrett Temple, “I can’t believe you guys are in this damn box-and-one.” pic.twitter.com/lpK28dbgbG
Stephen Curry has been determined and preparing to play on March 1, but sides determined Friday that he will not return Sunday vs. Wizards. Warriors want Curry to have more practice time and target return is uncertain, sources say.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) February 29, 2020
Warriors star Stephen Curry has been sidelined for most of the NBA 2019-20 season due to a broken hand. Stephen Curry, who spent almost three months in rehabilitation, was expected for a return during the Warriors vs Wizards game. However, Warriros head coach Steve Kerr revealed that Stephen Curry will be playing another game, as he needs some more practice.