Bradley Beal's Great Season
Bradley Beal has been one of the most significant findings this season in the NBA. Bradley has long been the highest-scoring player in the regular season. However, in the past few weeks, he has lost the top position to Steph Curry. Bradley produced on average 30.8 points at the end of the season when shooting 50% from middle distance and 43% from beyond the arc. The player currently scores 1.1 points for his team per possession. Bradley's main problem is his offensive effectiveness, especially from long distances. He has 34% successful shots from beyond the arc.
His primary focus is on the middle distance. Beal produces 23 two-point attacks per match. These are passes, isolations, attacks after receiving and dribbling, and an excellent game due to screens. A distinctive feature of Bradley is shooting from any position. That is, for him, the concept of "expensive point" does not exist. He calmly attacks, including long-distance two-pointers. Bradley has one major flaw. He is little involved in the actions of the team. He is an excellent combat shooter, but he may not dominate all aspects and thus influence the Wizards' play. On average, he only has 4 rebounds and 3 assists per match. At the same time, he has almost 3 losses per match.