The NBA is a league of individuals, not teams. Each player must get evaluated by the rest of his team.
And there is no player that exemplifies that better than Bradley Beal.

The 29-year-old shooting guard has been a revelation. This is in his two years with the Washington Wizards. Beal has proven to be one of the most consistent scorers in the entire league since he got drafted back in 2012.

If we look beyond his impressive stats, it seems like there’s a lot more for Bradley Beal to achieve in this league. This is as a scorer and playmaker once he gets more comfortable off-the-dribble. And works on his craft in defense too. 


But before we get into things, let’s take a look at some of the attributes that make him a potential future Hall of Famer.


Who is Bradley Beal?

Bradley Scott Beal grew up in the United States Virgin Islands. Due to his dad’s service in the military, Beal moved to Spain when he was 14 years old. 

He stayed there until he was 16 years old. Beal later moved to the United States, spending his high school years in Ashburn, Virginia. 

He was a standout athlete at Falls Church High School, where he was a two-time All-American and three-time All-State honoree. 

After high school, Beal attended the Ohio State University for one year. All before transferring to Florida State University.

Bradley Beal’s Story

Beal spent his early years traveling from the United States Virgin Islands to Spain. Then back to the States. He went through a lot of changes and challenges before he found his stride as a basketball player. 

This led to him becoming one of the most coveted players in the NBA Draft. In 2010, Beal got selected as the sixth pick in the NBA Draft by the Oklahoma City Thunder. 

But he got traded two years later to the Washington Wizards. Beal is now back with the Thunder after getting traded in 2016. Beal made his debut in the NBA during the 2012-13 season when he was 20 years old.

He averaged 16.3 points and 2.9 rebounds per game that season. Since then, he has shown immense improvement in all aspects of the game.


Bradley Beal’s Achievements in Basketball

  • Named Most Improved Player in 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons.
  • Was named to the All-NBA Third Team in the 2014-15 season.
  • He was named the NBA’s Most Improved Player in the 2016-17 season.
  • Was named the 2016-17 NBA All-Star.
  • Was named a member of the All-NBA Third Team in the 2017-18 season.

Is Bradley Beal a Future Basketball Hall of Famer?

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Beal is only 29 years old and has plenty more years in him as a member of the NBA. His career has gotten filled with highs and lows, but it seems like this is the beginning for him. 

He’s entering the prime of his career and has shown that he can be a perennial All-Star. Even a contender for the MVP award in the future too. 

His resume is very loaded with great achievements and accolades. And it seems like he’s only getting started. Is Beal a future Hall of Famer? He has the talent to make it happen.


Bottomline

If Beal continues to raise his game, he can be one of the most consistent scorers to ever play the game.

Beal has the talent, work ethic, and competitive drive. All to represent the United States in the Olympics and win Olympic Gold. And even a Hall of Famer.


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