TheKingOfVa360 wrote:blazinskillz wrote:I told folks they have to be patient. Bradley Beal's Prime will be a 23pts, 4.5 rbs and 3.5 ast on 56% TS Before his 25th Bday. Him and Wall will make a great backcourt. Beal is very unselfish and can do a lot when his shot isn't falling. His defense and his passing ability(while not even being a primary ball handler) is great. Once he works on more iso moves and release the ball quicker he will be a beast
I think in Beal's prime he will average close to 6 rebs and 5 or 6 asts per game. The kid is already showing a solid all around game at the tender age of 19. I'm excited to see how he plays with Wall. You make a good point about Beal's defense. He takes on veteran sg's and holds his own on defense. Beal out played Joe Johnson and his 120 plus million contract last night, very impressive. I want to see him continue driving to the basket to get dunks, lay ups, or create contact.
Hmm I dunno. I don't think he can average 5-6 assist playing next to Wall. Maybe on a team where he's given free reign but I think a smidget over 4 maybe at most. Another reason is, he's not that great of a ball handler(advance moves) yet. I think he can achieve 6 rebounds tho but once again, Wall is a good rebounder for a guard already, so I don't see the backcourt being able to grab that many rebounds cause that could lead to fastbreaks for the other team. But yeah, his defense all year has impress me. Seems to have caught on to the NBA side of defense quicker than his offensive game. It took harden a while to adjust to the NBA length and speed and From there pre draft workout, Beal is more athletic than him(and less than an inch shorter). He'll be aaight