Like a James Harden after his arrival at the Rockets, Bradley Beal will he become a playmaker in the second part of his career? It is possible since the GM of the Wizards, Tommy Sheppard, already considers him as the 3rd playmaker for the coming season.
” I see Bradley as the third point guard Sheppard explained on NBC Sports. ” He averaged six assists last season. There will be times in a match where we will have three leaders on the field. We think Deni (Advija) can handle the ball, we know Delon (Wright) can and Monte (Morris) can too. We can finish matches with Wright, Morris and Bradley. There are so many options for Wes (Unseld Jr).”
Last season, Beal averaged 6.6 passes, and NBC Sports reports he was safe with a 13.6% stray rate. He had never done so well.
Even if Morris should start the matches at position 1, the idea of entrusting the lead to Beal would be linked to the configuration of the squad with many tall and versatile exteriors like Rui Hachimura, Kyle Kuzma, Deni Advija, even even Kristaps Porzingis.
“We can play big when the teams are big, and play small when needed,” Sheppard said. “We can spread the game, we can really do a lot of things. The key for us is to continue to be versatile, to be able to have guys who can defend on multiple players, guys who can close the gaps and that’s important.“.