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Ava Wallace: At the opening of the Banneker refurbished courts, Bradley Beal says he had his first “real” on-court workout yesterday. Says he’s got about 80% of his range of motion back in the surgically repaired left wrist
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Ava Wallace @avarwallace
At the opening of the Banneker refurbished courts, Bradley Beal says he had his first “real” on-court workout yesterday. Says he’s got about 80% of his range of motion back in the surgically repaired left wrist – 1:04 PM
Josh Robbins @JoshuaBRobbins
Speaking after the dedication of the Banneker Recreation Center courts, Bradley Beal said he returned to on-court work yesterday and is now fully cleared for basketball work following his February left-wrist surgery. – 1:03 PM
Josh Robbins @JoshuaBRobbins
Here are some looks at the refurbished basketball courts at Banneker Recreation Center here in Washington. The courts will be unveiled formally today by Bradley Beal, the Hoop For All Foundation, the Wizards and city officials. pic.twitter.com/yOvZByMccW – 11:27 AM
Sam Quinn @SamQuinnCBS
Look, Beal is far better than Russell Westbrook. He’d help the Lakers a lot.
But it really concerns me that the Lakers still don’t seem to have learned their lesson on just accumulating stars and hoping it’ll be enough. No three players are winning it all with 10 minimums. pic.twitter.com/92RJUh6SJR – 5:31 PM
James Boyd @RomeovilleKid
Shaedon Sharpe: “I see myself being one of the greatest players to ever play the game of basketball.”
Said he’s been studying Bradley Beal, Jayson Tatum and Zach LaVine, who he believes he has a similar skillset to. – 12:17 PM
Omari Sanfoka II @omarisankofa
Shaedon Sharpe said growing up, he tried to model his game after Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan because of their footwork. He currently watches a lot of Bradley Beal and Zach Lavine. – 12:13 PM
Rylan Stiles @Rylan_Stiles
Shaedon Sharpe on who he tries to model his game after “I watched a lot of Kobe Bryant, MJ, because they have great foot work. Right now I watch a lot of Bradley Beal, Jayson Tatum because I feel like I play just like them.” – 12:13 PM
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