The NBA has apparently taken note of the stellar recent performance from Washington Wizards star guard Bradley Beal.
Beal just became the first player in the NBA to drop 50-plus points on consecutive nights since Kobe Bryant back in 2007.
What did Beal get as a reward? According to one of the game’s most-underrated players, a drug test from the Association.
That’s so on brand for the NBA.
In addition to joining Bryant in elite company, Beal became the first player to ever drop 50-plus points in two consecutive games that his team lost. Talk about craziness.
Beal, 26, is averaging 30.1 points and 6.0 assists per game this season.