By Harry Allison
Wizards All-Star shooting guard Bradley Beal scored 55 points last night after scoring 53 against the Chicago Bulls in back-to-back games, joining Wilt Chamberlain and James Harden as the only players in NBA history to do it:
But the Wiz lost to the NBA-best Bucks after falling to the woeful Bulls on Sunday.
Beal is a star for a reason. Now, he is slowly but surely entering superstar level, but his supporting cast without star point guard John Wall is just not enough.
Beal entered averaging 29.6 points per game. His average just jumped over 30.