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.