All About Washington Wizards Star Bradley Beal With Stats and Contract Info

All about Wizards star Bradley Beal originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

Drafted third overall in the 2012 NBA Draft, Bradley Beal has been a franchise building block for the Wizards ever since he entered the league. 

In 10 seasons, he's made three All-Star games and five playoff appearances with three of them making it to the second round. In 2020-21 Beal made his first All-NBA team after averaging a career-high 31.3 points per game.

Bradley Beal's bio

  • Height: 6-foot-3  
  • Weight: 207 lbs 
  • Birthdate: June 28, 1993
  • College: University of Florida
  • NBA experience: 10 seasons (2012 - Present)
  • Jersey Number: No. 3

Bradley Beal's career NBA stats

Through his first 10 seasons in the NBA, here are Bradley Beal's complete career averages to date (Nov. 23, 2021):

  • 619 games, 34.7 minutes per game
  • 22.0 PPG, 4.1 APG, 4.1 RPG, 1.1 SPG, 0.4 BPG
  • 45.5% FG, 37.4% 3P, 82.3% FT


  • 45 games, 39.8 minutes per game
  • 23.5 PPG, 3.8 APG, 4.6 RPG, 1.5 SPG, 0.6 BPG
  • 44.2% FG, 34.7% 3P, 82.9% FT

Bradley Beal’s contract details with Washington

Beal signed a two-year, $70-million contract extension in 2019 that added another season to his original five-year, max contract extension he signed before the 2016 season. 

Beal is currently in the first of two years of his extension, earning $33.7 million in 2020-21. He has a $36 million player option he can pick up at the end of this season or decline it to go into unrestricted free agency. Beal is eligible for a five-year, $242 million supermax contract with the Wizards if he opts out. 

How do Bradley Beal and Jayson Tatum know each other?

Beal and fellow Celtics star Jayson Tatum went to the same high school in St. Louis, MO. Beal played basketball at Chaminade College Prep from 2007-11, and Tatum played there from 2012-16 and also participated on Beal's AAU team "Brad Beal Elite."

Beal used to babysit Tatum since they lived so close to each other and now they continue to relish in competing against one another in the NBA. They were set to play together competitively for the first time in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, but a positive COVID-19 test from Beal kept him from playing in the tournament. 

The two players also share the same trainer, Drew Hanlen, and have both given their first-born sons the nickname "Deuce."

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