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Wizards guard Bradley Beal’s wife goes NSFW over All-NBA sub

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Kamiah Adams-Beal, wife of Washington Wizards star Bradley Beal, went on an NSFW tirade on Twitter over her husband’s omission from the any of the All-NBA teams this season.

This isn’t the first time Kamiah came to the defense of her husband. Earlier this year, she also expressed her disgust over Bradley Beal’s snub from the All-Star game this season. With lightning striking twice in the same year, she did not hold back in letting her feelings known.

Despite averaging 30.5 points per game in the regular season, which ranked second only to Houston Rockets star James Harden, voters didn’t think Beal deserved a spot on any of the three All-NBA selections. With that, Beal became the first player since 1982 to average at least 30 points and not make All-NBA.

Along with his 30-a-night scoring output, Beal also averaged 4.2 rebounds and a career-best 6.1 assists this 2019-20 season. Those numbers alone should warrant an All-NBA nod. Nonetheless, voters may have been swayed by Washington’s lack of wins as the reason for leaving out the 27-year old.

Harden along with Dallas Mavericks star Luka Doncic made the 1st Team among the guards. The 2nd team consisted of Chris Paul of the Oklahoma City Thunder and Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers. Finally, Rockets guard Russell Westbrook and Philadelphia 76ers guard Ben Simmons made the 3rd Team.

Considering the players that made the cut, it’s arguable that Beal could have made the 3rd team ahead of Westbrook or Simmons. Nonetheless, voters may have rewarded those two for being on playoff teams.

Nonetheless, an argument can definitely be made for the Wizards star. Despite playing without fellow All-Star John Wall, Beal still put up insane numbers and kept Washington within the vicinity of the playoff race.