In an expected but unfortunate turn for Washington Wizards fans and shooting guard Bradley Beal, the two-time All-Star was officially left off all three All-NBA teams announced by the league Wednesday afternoon.
Beal is the first player since Adrian Dantley in 1982 to average at least 30 points per game and not make an All-NBA team -- there were only two All-NBA teams during Dantley's time in the league.
This snub caused those close to Beal to take to social media in protest of the final decision. Beal's wife, Kamiah Adams-Beal, rattled off a flurry of tweets disputing the 100 All-NBA voters who failed to find a spot for Beal on the list.
30.5 ppg— Kamiah Adams-Beal (@KamiahAdams) September 16, 2020
Yet not all Nba.
Lol y’all got it 😂😂
I’m not here to say who shouldn’t have made it. Not my place. HOWEVER I am here to and will CONTINUE to be VERY vocal on saying BRADLEY BEAL IS A F-ING ALL STAR AND ALL NBA!!!!!!!!!! Put some respect on his name!— Kamiah Adams-Beal (@KamiahAdams) September 16, 2020
The last tweet is a photo of Beal's "All World" plaque. If you look closely, the bottom reads, "Facts don't lie. Bradley Beal 2019-20. One of the greatest individual seasons in NBA history."
It continues: "You're All-World in our book!"
This plaque was delivered to Beal by his agent Mark Bartelstein of Priority Sports.
Beal finished with more votes than any other guard who didn't make an All-NBA roster with 26 (three second-team and 23 third-team), while Bucks forward Khris Middleton earned the most votes of all players to miss out with 62 total.