Bradley Beal joins Michael Jordan and Wilt Chamberlain in Unique Scoring Record

Bradley Beal scored 33 as they Wizards fail to get past John Wall led Houston Rockets

Bradley Beal

Bradley Beal has been highly impressive ever since the start of the 2020-21 season. In Washington Wizards’ latest game against the Houston Rockets, Beal managed to put up a show. Beal scored 33 points, but his efforts went in vain as the rest of the team could not match his standard. The Wizards currently sit last in the Eastern Conference. Yet, on one side Beal has recorded himself in the NBA History by joining the likes of Michael Jordan and Wilt Chamberlain

Beal has scored more than 25 points in each game that he has played in this season. He is only the 6th player in the NBA History to do so. Following this excellent scoring display, Beal is now averaging 34.4 points per game in the 12 games he has played so far this season. 

Bradley Beal encrypts himself in NBA History 

Despite Bradley Beal’s staggering performances one after the other, the Wizards hold the worst record in the league. Although Westbrook has been scoring double-doubles, he hasn’t turned up his scoring numbers. That makes one wonder, is Beal better off to start with a new team? 

During the offseason, the Wizards were part of a blockbuster trade in which they acquired Westbrook for John Wall. While Wall is playing at an elite level with the Rockets, Westbrook is having one of the worst seasons of his career. 

The former MVP is averaging just 18.1 points per game while shooting only 37.4% from the floor. Looking at Westbrook’s numbers, it is only natural to assume Beal must be frustrated with the way things are going in the franchise right now. 

But let’s see whether or not the Wizards are able to improve their performance in the upcoming games. However, do let us know about your thoughts as far as the Washington Wizards are concerned?  

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