Beal With The 50 Points
Bradley Beal turned into the first player since Kobe Bryant to score 50 points on consecutive nights when he dropped a profession high 55 in the Washington Wizards’ 137-134 lose to the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday.
Beal shot 58% from the field, including 8-of-13 from 3-point go, one night after he shot 56% and scored 53 points in a loss to the Chicago Bulls.
He claimed that he was focus on the game and he was having fun on the court as well. “Probably the most fun I’ve ever played in”
Beal’s Wizards lost both of his 50 or more games, and the eighth-year watch joined Wilt Chamberlain, James Harden and Devin Booker as the only players in NBA history to score 50 in back to back games and lose twice.
Beal is the first to do as such on consecutive nights.
Beal likewise turned into the first Wizards player in establishment history to score 50 in back to back games.
Since the establishment rebranded as the Wizards in 1997, just Michael Jordan had scored even 45 focuses in consecutive games for Washington.