Last week the All-Star starters were announced for the NBA All-Star Game. Tonight on TNT, the reserves will be announced.
One reserve has already clinched his spot based on reports. That player is Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal after being a snub last year in the eyes of many.
And he'll be in the three-point contest!
Washington has struggled this season, but Beal is having a career year. For the season, he's averaging 23.6 points and 3.7 assists per game. He has been the Wizards best and most consistent player this season.
Beal has finally been able to stay healthy and he's making the most of it, living up to his potential.
Now, that Beal is an All-Star, he will have the challenge of lifting his Wizards out of their funk and into a higher seed in the playoffs. Right now, the Wizards are fifth in the East. There has been some trouble in Washington this year, but don't lame Beal!