December 16, 2019, 10:10 pmBradley BealSG, Washington Wizards
Bradley Beal had a game-high 35 points (12-for-24 FGs, 6-for-7 FTs) and three rebounds, 10 assists, one steal and five 3-pointers in 37 minutes as he led the Wizards to a 133-119 road win over the Pistons on Monday.
Beal has more or less been the same player he was last season when he put up top-15 value. However, his defensive stats and field goal percentage have fallen off to more than offset his gains in assists and points. He's still a top-30 player, but this shows just how tough it is for a shooting guard to live up to first-round expectations like he had coming into this season.