After getting cut from Team USA along with teammate John Wall last week, Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal took out his frustration on streetballers at the Goodman League in D.C. Per the WaPo (via Ball is Life):
Beal, who was guarded by Goodman League veteran Dele Ojo, scored 33 points and helped his team of amateurs overcome a 12-point deficit in the final six minutes.
“I told the crowd before the game he had to get something off his chest,” Goodman League commissioner and MC Miles Rawls said. “I said this could be a 50-point game, but he ended up with 33. I think he liked the atmosphere.”
Beal, who told Rawls he loved his experience trying out for Team USA in Las Vegas, attended Sunday’s games at Barry Farms as a spectator. Rawls said the Wizards guard lost a game of H-O-R-S-E, which may have provided additional motivation for him on Monday. [...] “I think he probably knew he was going to play [Monday] after that,” Rawls said. “He was just getting used to the rims and he came back with a vengeance.”