Bradley Beal's season keeps taking a downward turn post All-Star break, at least when it comes to his shooting accuracy. Since Feb.
It wasn't that Drew Gooden and Al Harrington were able to score. It was how they did it, even if it came vs. a team in the Utah Jazz that's not exactly adept at defending.
The Philadelphia 76ers are a revolving door, trading two starters before the deadline and buying out another, Danny Granger, who'd come via trade.
Al Harrington wants to play more -- he even barked that to the sideline during the last game that he didn't want to come out -- Wizards coach Randy Wittman had the last word.
A subtle change occurred in Bradley Beal's game, and the Wizards benefitted from it in Tuesday's 115-106 victory vs. the Orlando Magic.