Bradley Beal and Kamiah Adams are providing the content we all need during the NBA's coronavirus hiatus.
While the Wizards star was enjoying some family time Wednesday, his oldest son Deuce could be seen breaking into a dancing frenzy to "Baby Shark," the song that captured the hearts of Nationals fans last fall.
Deuce Beal getting lit to Baby Shark is the content I need
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— Neil Dalal (@NeilDalal96) March 18, 2020
Just another reason to be grateful for Gerardo Parra's lone season in Washington.
Deuce isn't the only child of a DC sports star to enjoy Baby Shark, either. In an interview during spring training, Nats ace Max Scherzer said that thanks to his kids, he listens to the song just about every day.
"I'm just so glad we won the World Series so that when we play that song, at least I always have a good thought," Scherzer said. "At least I have a good memory of Baby Shark because I have to hear that song every day."
This also isn't the first time Deuce proved to be the absolute best.
— NBC Sports Wizards (@NBCSWizards) February 8, 2020
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See how Bradley Beal's son Deuce reacts when Baby Shark plays originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington