Bradley Beal isn't even in optimum condition to play, but his production in his first three games of the season for the Wizards suggests otherwise: 16.7 points on 51.2% shooting, 50% from three-po
Paul Pierce issued the warning to the Wizards entering their third set of back-to-backs this season.
The Wizards are playing the second game of a back-to-back Saturday, coming off an emotional high with a 91-78 victory vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Based on how Bradley Beal sees it, there's no need for coach Randy Wittman to change his rotations yet but putting him in the starting lineup even for Friday's matchup vs.
After losing their biggest game of the season to the Dallas Mavericks 105-102 on Wednesday, the Wizards are facing their next biggest game of the season vs.