Wednesday, April 3, 2013
The Chaminade graduate was averaging almost 14 points per game for the Washington Wizards.
The Washington Wizards announced Wednesday that rookie guard Bradley Beal will miss the rest of the season with a stress fracture in his right leg. Beal, a 2011 Chaminade graduate who left the University of Florida after his freshman year for the NBA, will be able to resume basketball activities in six weeks, according to a team statement. Beal finishes his first NBA season averaging 13.9 points, 3.8 assists and 2.4 rebounds per game. Prior to the injury, he missed a total of 18 games with ankle, back and wrist injuries. The Wizards are 28-46 on the season.
Friday, February 15, 2013
The Chaminade grad participated in the NBA's Rising Stars game Friday night.
The NBA's All Star Weekend in Houston has a decided Chaminade feel to it. Bradley Beal started in Friday's BBVA Rising Stars Challenge, featuring the league's top rookies against the top second year players. He scored 12 points and had 4 assists as "Team Chuck", coached by Charles Barkley, defeated "Team Shaq", led by Shaquille O'Neal by a score of 163-135. WashingtonWizards.com went behind the scenes of Beal's media tour in Texas and caught up with the rookie guard as he spent time with his parents, who made the trip from St. Louis. Sunday, David Lee, who before Beal played in college at Florida before going onto the NBA, will see action in the All-Star game as a Western Conference reserve representing the Golden State Warriors. This is …
Friday, June 29, 2012
We used Storify to show you the night that was for the former Creve Coeur prep basketball star turned Washington Wizards rookie.
We've said it before, but we'll say it again. What a way to celebrate a 19th birthday. Former Chaminade College Prep standout Bradley Beal was welcomed into the NBA fraternity officially Thursday night, after his selection by the Washington Wizards as the third overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. The Washington Post caught up with Beal after the pick was announced. Forbes Magazine has the breakdown of the rookie salary structure under the NBA's new collective bargaining agreement. Beal stands to earn more than $3 million annually over the next three years.
Thursday, June 28, 2012
The former Chaminade standout turned 19 Thursday.
Surrounded by family and friends, including his Chaminade College Prep coach Kelvin Lee, University of Florida Freshman Guard was selected third overall by the Washington Wizards Thursday in the NBA Draft. He turned 19 Thursday. ESPN showed a picture of Beal and his brothers as a six year old to the nation during the live broadcast. After his selection, he told ESPN that chasing his dream was worth making the tough decision to leave Gainesville early. He said he would work to stay humble and to get better. Stay with Patch throughout the evening and Friday for reaction.
The former Chaminade College Prep star turns 19 today and will learn where his pro basketball career will begin with tonight's draft.
A new chapter in Bradley Beal's basketball career launches Thursday night, sometime not long after 6 p.m. when the 2012 NBA Draft officially gets underway in Newark, New Jersey. The worst-kept secret in the league is that Anthony Davis will go number one overall to the New Orleans Hornets. But Beal, the former Chaminade College Prep standout, could equal De Smet legend Steve Stipanovich as being the ony other St. Louis prep star to be selected as high as number 2 overall. Beal's High School Head Coach, Kelvin Lee, will be alongside the family for the festivities. He reflected on all the excitement earlier this week. Or not, depending on the impact of trades, including one by the Charlotte Bobcats, who have the second pick, in which they …
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Former Chaminade standout's pre-NBA draft interview routine shaping up.
Think about the process leading up to landing your first post-college job. There's a good chance it has nothing in common with what former Creve Coeur prep basketball star Bradley Beal is experiencing. One week after sitting out of drills at the NBA's pre-draft combine, Beal is hitting the road to meet with prospective suitors on their. As The Washington Post and other outlets are reporting, Beal is one of a trio of top talents meeting with the Washington Wizards this weekend. Beal's visit is scheduled for Thursday. Beal's representatives have told media outlets that their client will not visit teams picking outside the top 2-4 draft slots, currently occupied by Washington, Charlotte and Cleveland. Various mock drafts predicting how it all…