Bradley Beal

Bradley Beal

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Personal Information

Full Name Bradley Beal
Position Shooting Guard
DOB (Age) 28-06-1993 (30 yrs)
Height 6 ft 3 in (1.9 m)
Weight 207 lbs (94 kgs)
Hometown St. Louis, MO
College University of Florida
Draft 2012 - Rd: 1, Pick: 3 (PHX)
Debut 2012
Nickname Big Panda
Spouse Kamiah Adams-Beal

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Bradley Beal: A Brief Biography

Born on June 28, 1993, Bradley Emmanuel Beal is an American professional basketball player. He is representing the Washington Wizards in the National Basketball Association since 2012. Beal also played college basketball for the Florida Gators before entering the NBA league. He attended Chaminade College Preparatory School in St. Louis, Missouri. In terms of achievements and honors, Bradley Beal was elected to the 2013 NBA All-Rookie First Team. He was also selected NBA All-Star three times and All-NBA Third Team once in 2021.


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Bradley Beal Early Life


Bradley Beal became part of the Beal family when he took birth on June 28, 1993 in Missouri. His mother’s name is Besta Beal while his father is Bobby Beal. Both are also former basketball and football players, respectively. Additionally, Bradley also has four brothers, including 2 younger and 2 elder brothers. It also includes a pair of twins. Brandon Beal and Bruce Beal are two older brothers and Byron Beal and Bryon Beal are two younger brothers. They all supported a lot to help Bradley establish a successful career in professional basketball.


Bradley did his schooling at Chaminade College Preparatory School in St. Louis in Missouri. Beal helped his side to acquire a victory in the 2010 FIBA Under-17 World Championship in the US. Bradley averaged 18 points each game. Further, Bradley Beal attended the University of Florida in 2009. He played for the university’s Gators team during the 2011-12 season. Beal was declared for the NBA draft in April 2012 and was selected by the Washington Wizards in the 2012 NBA draft on June 28, 2012.


Bradley Beal NBA Journey


Bradley Beal was declared for the NBA draft in April 2012. The NBA franchise Washington Wizards selected him in the 2012 NBA draft. In December 2012 and January 2013, he was named the Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month. He registered a career-high 24 points against the Brooklyn Nets on January 4, 2013. An announcement was made on April 3, 2013 that Beal would miss the remainder of the 2012-13 season due to a right leg injury. Beal was named NBA All-Rookie First Team after playing 56 games at the end of the season.


In the next season, Beal overtook his career-high by lodging 34 points against the Oklahoma City Thunder on November 10, 2013. He was also the youngest player at that time in the event’s history. However, Beal underwent an MRI scan that identified a non-displaced fracture in his left wrist on October 11, 2014. After recovering from the injury, he made his season debut against Dallas on November 19.


On November 4, 2015, he scored a game-high 25 points alongside registering a three-pointer against the San Antonio Spurs. It was an injury-driven season for Beal since he sustained a shoulder injury and missed three games in mid-November. Also, he missed 16 games due to a lower right leg injury. Beal re-signed with the same franchise on July 26, 2016. Bradley gained 34 points against the Miami Heat in a 114-111 loss. Later, Beal also registered 30 or more in two consecutive games for the first time in his 5-year career.


Bradley Beal scored then season-high 40 points against the Suns on November 1, 2017. When he scored 23 points in a game against the Bucks on November 20, 2017, he became the youngest player in NBA history to reach 700 made 3-pointers. He was named an NBA All-Star for the first time on January 23, 2018. Beal acquired his triple-double of the season on January 13 and gained a season-high 43 points and 15 assists against the Raptors. He achieved the milestone and became the first player to register 2000 points, 400 rebounds and 400 assists in a season in April 2019.


Further, Beal came to put up his career-high of 60 points in a loss (141-136) to the Philadelphia 76ers on January 6, 2021. In a win against the Miami Heat, he scored 32 points on February 3. Also, he scored 25 points in 17 consecutive games to open the 2020-21 season. It is the most to start a season since the 1976-1977 season. Bradley Beal declined the US$36.4 million deal to become a free agent on June 30, 2022. Later, however, Beal came under a five-year contract worth US$251 million. In addition to that, the basketball player also committed to playing for the US Olympic team in 2020. It was delayed until 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Bradley Beal Education

Bradley Beal attended Chaminade College Preparatory School based in Missouri. During his high school time, Beal participated in the 2010 FIBA Under-17 World Championship. He helped his team to win the championship with an average of 18 points in each game. Also, Bradley Beal was named All-Tournament Team and acquired the Most Valuable Player Award. He averaged 32.5 points and 5.7 rebounds in each game during his senior year of high school.


Furthermore, Beal reached the University of Florida in 2009. He gained an athletic scholarship to attend the university. Beal earned 14 points in his debut game in Florida. On November 28, 2011, he was also named SEC Freshman of the Week.


Bradley Beal Championship


Bradley Beal has been involved in the NBA professional league since 2012. Earlier, he also played basketball at the high school and college levels. It is his commitment, dedication and punctuality that helped him accomplish prestigious in the game. In his early years of life, Beal played for Chaminade College Preparatory School in Missouri and then moved to the University of Florida.


In the 2012 NBA draft, Bradley Beal was picked by the Washington Wizards. He played several regular seasons for the franchise and decided to stay with the team. Meanwhile, Beal hasn’t faced an opportunity to win the NBA championship yet. However, he has been declared an NBA All-Star three times in 2018, 2019, and 2021.


Bradley Beal Awards and Achievements


Bradley Beal is one of the most successful and recognized players in the National Basketball Association. He has won several awards, honors and medals throughout his professional career. Here’re the details:


Awards/AchievementsYear
NBA All-Star2018, 2019, 2021
All-NBA Third Team2021
NBA All-Rookie First Team2013
First-team All-SEC2012
Gatorade National Player of the Year2011
First-team Parade All-American2011
McDonald’s All-American2011
Mr. Show-me Basketball2011
FIBA Under-17 World Cup MVP2010


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Bradley Beal Net Worth


In the NBA 2012 draft, the Washington Wizards selected Bradley Beal for his side. Since then, he has earned a large fortune and continued to extend the numbers along with his capabilities. Talking about Beal’s net worth, he has a total net worth of 40 million US dollars. His estimated income with the Wizards in the 2021-2022 season is US$33,724,200. It makes him the highest-paid player of the franchise. He has been playing for the Washington Wizards since his introduction to the NBA.


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Bradley Beal Contract


As illustrated above, Bradley Beal joined the Washington Wizards in the 2012 NBA draft. Since then, Beal is playing with the same franchise. He came to create and re-sign his agreements with the team multiple times. Beal made a contract extension on October 17, 2019 with a two-year extension worth US$72 million to stay with the Wizards. In 2022-23, Beal signed a five-year (US$251 million) contract with the Washington Wizards.


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Bradley Beal Family


Bradley Beal was born to a Christian family on June 28, 1993 in Missouri. His father (Bobby Beal) is a former football player. He played for Kentucky State University. His mother (Besta Beal) also has played college basketball for the same university. There are four siblings (brothers) of Bradley Beal, popularly known as the Beal Brothers. Brandon Beal and Bruce Beal are elder brothers while Byron and Bryon Beal are younger brothers. He married Kamiah Adams. She is an actress, American model, and media personality. The couple has two children.


Bradley Beal Girlfriend


Kamiah Adams is the girlfriend of professional basketball player Bradley Beal. Born on March 20, 1993, Kamiah is an actress, model and media personality. They met for the first time at Kentucky State University and became very good friends. They became life partners of each other in 2020.


Bradley Beal Dad


Bobby Beal is the father of Bradley Beal. He is a former football player and has played for Kentucky State University.


Bradley Beal Shoe


Bradley Beal wore Nike during his high school and college basketball career. He has made an agreement with Jordan to promote React Elevation and Air Jordan 36. Later, he returned to Nike with a multi-year deal with the brand.


FAQs

A. Bradley Beal is 6ft and 4 inches (1.93m) in height.
A. No, Beal is still waiting for his first NBA championship.
A. Bobby Beal is the father of Bradley Beal. He played football for Kentucky State University.
A. Bradley Beal entered the NBA in 2012 when the Washington Wizards picked him up in the 2012 NBA draft.