Kamiah Adams-Beal doesn't understand the lack of All-NBA support for husband Bradley Beal

NBC Sports Washington
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Bradley Beal may be on his way to another All-NBA snub and once again people aren't happy.

Over the past week, some prominent All-NBA voters released their ballots. Not one of them included the Wizards' leading scorer in their list of the top 15 players in the league. 

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One individual who was particularly confused about the results was Beal's wife, Kamiah Adams-Beal. 

"Please make this make sense.... the SECOND leading scorer in the league... how is this even a topic of discussion??" Adams-Beal said in a tweet. 

She would continue: 

Of course, Adams-Beal is going to vouch for her husband and his impressive season. He's carried the Wizards to a spot where they are allowed to compete in the NBA's restart despite missing fellow franchise cornerstone John Wall. As Adams-Beal points out, Beal is second in the NBA in scoring with 30.5 ppg, which would be shocking if any player of that caliber missed out on making an All-NBA team. 

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If he is snubbed, Beal would have the third-highest point average to miss an All-NBA team

These initial returns do not necessarily mean that Beal will miss out on the honor for the second straight season. There are over 100 voters in this process and it could easily sway the other direction, but it does not look good for him to receive that recognition.

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