NBA Summer League, Wizards Vs. Grizzlies: Bradley Beal Struggles In Washington Win

The Washington Wizards picked up an 83-77 win over the Memphis Grizzlies in the Las Vegas Summer League on Tuesday night. But the Wizards received most of their contributions from peripheral players who aren't likely to make the roster, and rookie Bradley Beal struggled a bit. Beal had his worst outing of the week in Vegas, struggling from the field and hitting just five of 15 shots. The rookie from Florida also struggled a bit checking second-year guard Josh Selby, who dominated the ball and went off for 35 points.

Two other NBA players on the roster, Chris Singleton and Shelvin Mack, were also unimpressive. Mack went three of nine from the floor and forced the action at times, turning it over five times. Singleton finished with a double-double but was just three of 12 from the field. Jan Vesely, however, grabbed 12 boards and looked improved on the defensive end.

The top performer for Washington was journeyman Shavlik Randolph, who scored 16 points and grabbed 15 boards. The Wizards will now come back on Wednesday and play the first game of the day against the Bucks at 4 p.m. ET.

Stick with this StoryStream for results, news updates and more from the Washington Wizards summer league team. For all things Wizards head over to Bullets Forever, and for all your basketball needs check out SB Nation's NBA hub.

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