Bradley Beal takes to social media to voice his disappointment about not making a single All NBA Team.
The NBA released its All-NBA teams last night, and there was a notable star guard, missing from any of the 3 All NBA teams.
Washington Wizards guard, Bradley Beal, was given the reigns to the Wizards offense in John Wall’s absence and was a savant on the offensive end of the floor in the 2019-20 season.
While putting up averages of 30 points and 6 assists, he helped the Wizards reach the 9th seed in the Eastern Conference.
However the Wizards fell short of the 8th seed as they were eliminated from Playoff contention early on in the Bubble seeding games.
Bradley Beal believes he was snubbed from the All NBA teams.
This isn’t the first ‘snubbing’ Beal has experienced this season. He was initially not chosen to be an All-Star this season, which was quite perplexing to a multitude of NBA fans.
Now that the 2x All-Star has been snubbed yet again from the All-NBA teams, he took to Twitter to let his disappointment be known.
— Bradley Beal (@RealDealBeal23) September 16, 2020
He is the first player to average 30 points and 6 assists and not be named to any All-NBA team. To this he replied, “Yikes.”
Yikes 😂🤯 https://t.co/aWtKUSiKxZ
— Bradley Beal (@RealDealBeal23) September 17, 2020
Why was Bradley Beal not included in any All NBA teams?
The All NBA team selectees are usually players who produce from teams that are generally considered to be above average.
All-Star selections are a bit more lax, in the sense that, players who are individually great but on bad teams, may get selected. An example would be Trae Young of the Atlanta Hawks.
However, an All-NBA team selections usually rewards players on teams who are successful.
Without a question, Bradley Beal is a better offensive player than Chris Paul. Yet Paul was able to lead his team to the 5th seed in the loaded Western Conference, hence he was named to 2nd Team All NBA.