Bradley Beal was usually the most consistent player on his squad when the Washington Wizards' summer league unit took the floor in Las Veags. According to the Washington Post, Beal, the Wizards' first round draft pick from the University of Florida, put up per game averages of 17.6 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.8 assists and helped lead Washington to 3-2 record in its five summer league outings:
Beal scored at least 20 points twice, grabbed at least six rebounds three times and handed out four assists once. His performance was more steady than spectacular. Beal wasn't too pleased with his shooting from the floor (41.8 percent) or from beyond the three-point line (30 percent), but he also wants to get better.
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