What happened in the past, even if it was earlier this season, doesn't matter now to the Wizards.
It's safe to assume that before Bradley Beal is officially declared out by the Wizards for Saturday's home game vs. the Brooklyn Nets, he won't be allowed to play. Nor should he.
The Wizards can't catch a break with Bradley Beal.
Of all the players to hit the crucial three-point shots for the Wizards to tie the score, it wasn't Martell Webster, Trevor Ariza or Bradley Beal.
Bradley Beal's season keeps taking a downward turn post All-Star break, at least when it comes to his shooting accuracy. Since Feb.