SG Rank – #8
Position – SG | 6′ 5″, 207 lbs | Washington Wizards
Born – Jun 28, 1993
Drafted – 2012: 1st Rnd, 3rd by WSH
College – Florida
Experience – 3 years
Sports Unbiased Staff G.F.R. Analysis
Ben Buchanan – Bradley Beal had a very disappointing 2015 regular season campaign that started with a jones fracture in his foot which sidelined him for 19 games. He then continued to disappoint by only posting 15.3 ppg (down from 17.1 in 2014). With that being said Beal picked his game up a bit during the playoffs after averaging 23.4 ppg.
Beal is also extremely young, but at 23 you can’t be too worried about a down regular season from him. He has been a sharp shooter for most of his career, shooting 40 percent from three-point range and will look to get his groove back next season, which will be key for Beal as he tries to bounce back and play to his full potential.
Sauping R. Arguello – Beal is an up and coming star. He reminds me of a young Ray Allen. Beal has all the tools but he must prove he can remain healthy.
Jr. Williams – A deadly shooter who draws comparison to the great Ray Allen, Bradley Beal and John Wall represent one of the best duos in the Eastern Conference. Beal appears to be more and more comfortable at the shooting guard position as his field goal percentage continues to improve yearly (.410 – .427). Injuries continue to slow his stride during the regular season, however, when healthy he has All-Star potential. Lets just hope he can stay healthy in 2016.