So far, so good. At least that's how I'd describe the cursory look at Wizards rookie Bradley Beal after five games at the Las Vegas Summer League - and that's hardly a knock. The folks that choose the All-Summer League team apparently agree after naming the wing guard to said team.Beal, the third overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, led the Wizards with 17.6 points and claimed high-scoring honors four out of five times. Showing his knack for generating free throw opportunities, the Florida product tallied 22 against the Atlanta Hawks in his summer debut. He also averaged 4.6 rebounds, 1.8 assists and one steal. Though his shooting percentages lagged, Beal demonstrated ability to craftily generate offense for himself - he averaged ahealthy seven free throws a game - and others.Memphis Grizzlies' Josh Selby and Portland Trailblazers rookie Damian Lillard were selected as co-MVP's. The D.C. area native Selby dropped 35 points against Washington.