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Wizards’ Bradley Beal submits entry for ‘Get Loose’ challenge amid coronavirus suspension

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The “Get Loose” challenge has gained a lot of popularity ever since home quarantine and social distancing became the norm all over the world due to the coronavirus outbreak. One of the latest to submit their dance entry is Washington Wizards star Bradley Beal, along with his fiancee Kamiah Adams.

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Get loose!!!

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The challenge, which has gone viral on TikTok, is based on the song “Get Loose” by Kblast and Huncho Da Rocksta.

Much like the entire NBA, the Wizards shooting guard has been practicing home quarantine since the abrupt stop of the season. Since the suspension, the two-time All-Star has given fans a sneak peek of the happenings at the Beal household by posting several of his activities at home on his social media accounts.

Beal will likely continue posting viral dances like this with the indefinite suspension of the season. The league has yet to decide whether the 2019-20 campaign will still push through. If it will, the league is reportedly considering a return sometime in June.

Unfortunately, the virus continues to spread like wildfire all over the world. With the rampant increase of infections, there doesn’t seem to be a definite end in sight just yet.

Prior to the suspension of the season, Beal was having the best individual season of his career in 2019-20. Through 57 games, the Wizards star averaged a career-best in points (30.5) and assists (6.1) while shooting 45.5 percent from the field. Unfortunately, his stellar play failed to land him a spot in this year’s All-Star team, which upset many NBA fans. Washington’s dismal 24-40 record may have something to do with his snubbing from February’s annual festivities.