Bradley Beal Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Wife, Kids, National Basketball Association (NBA), Net Worth

Bradley Beal

Bradley Beal Biography

Bradley Beal is an American professional basketball player who plays at the Shooting Guard or Point Guard position for the Washington Wizards in the NBA. He was the 3rd overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft selected by the Washington Wizards.

In 2010 he was named the FIBA Under-17 World Cup MVP. He has also won gold medals at the 2009 FIBA Americas U16 Championship and the 2010 FIBA World U17 Championship.

Bradley Beal Age

Beal was born on 28th June, 1993, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.

Bradley Beal Height

Bradley stand at a height of 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) tall

Bradley Beal Weight

Beal weighs 207 lb (94 kg)

Bradley Beal Education

Beal attended Chaminade College Preparatory School in St. Louis, Missouri. Beal proved to be a real deal scorer in high school, averaging 32.5 points, 5.7 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per game in his senior year.

Prior to his senior year, beal also competed in the 2010 FIBA U-17 World Championship, winning MVP while scoring 18 points per game. Following his senior year, he was named the 2011 Mr. Show-Me Basketball, the 2011 Gatorade National Player of the Year, and earned an invite to the 2011 McDonald’s All-American game.

Beal committed to the University of Florida Gators very early on in his career. On November 30, 2009, he announced his intent to play for the Gators. He joined the Gators in the 2011-12 season. In his debut for Florida, Beal tallied 14 points. In the last week of November, Beal averaged 18,5 points, seven rebounds, two assists, and 1.5 steals per game.

Bradley went on to finish the year averaging 14.8 points per game. Beal’s tenure with the Gators came to an end after a disappointing defeat by the Louisville Cardinals in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. Following the defeat, Beal declared for the 2012 NBA Draft.

Bradley Beal Nationality

Beal is an American nationality.

Bradley Beal Ethnicity

Brandley is of African American ethnicity.

Bradley Beal Parents

Bradley Beal was born to Besta Bealo and Bobby Beal. His father was a football player. His mother was a Teacher.

Bradley Beal Siblings

Bradley grew up with his 4 brothers, a pair of twins among them; he was the middle child among the 5 brothers. His two older brothers, Brandon Beal and Bruce Beal, along with his two younger brothers, Byron Beal and Bryon Beal, are a key component of Bradley’s successful career.

Brandon played basketball and football during his high school years at St. John Vianney High School. As years passed by, he gave up on the former and focused on football. As a senior in high school, he maintained an impressive stat, playing football throughout the year, and hence was honored with the title of All-East Bay Athletic League first team. Brandon Beal got engaged to Ashley Buis on the 16th of September 2018, a former professional bodybuilder.

Bruce Beal was born on the 27th of December, 1987. He is a former college football player; he played for the Northern Illinois Huskies of the Mid-American Conference just like the eldest son, Brandon Beal. Bruce Beal recently got engaged to Ivory Lynn in early June 2021. Ivory is a professional home decor personnel who also does home renovation.

Born in St. Louis, Missouri, just like the other brother, on the 15th of May, 1995, Byron is a former college football player. Just like his 6 feet tall brothers, he is also 6 feet tall with 3 inches added on it or 190 cm. And he weighs about 314 lbs or 187kg. As for college, he went to Lindenwood University, located in Saint Charles, Missouri. He studied and played for the college for four years, from 2014 to 2018.

Byron played high school football for Chaminade College Preparatory School under the command of coach Ron Graham. In both of his final two seasons, he was selected as first-team All-State Class AAAA. He achieved a total of 63 tackles and 11 sacks in his senior year. There, he started as an offensive guard.

Bryon Beal is a former college football player of the Mid-American Conference. He played for the Lindenwood Lions in various positions. Byron and Bryon Beal are twins, born on May 15, 1995. He is the youngest son of the Beal family. Bryon is the shortest and heaviest among the Beal brothers, measuring 6 feet 2 inches (188 cms) and weighing about 414 lbs or 187 kgs.

Growing up together, there was a chain of inspiration among the Beal brothers, who inspired and motivated the next, etc. As a result, the Beal brothers have a ‘never-ending, always fresh’ bond, always supportive of each other.

Bradley Beal Wife

Beal is married to his wife, Kamiah Adams, Born in Brussels, Belgium, Beal is the daughter of Jeremiah and Karina Adams and has two younger sisters, Paige and Kennedy Green. Her mother is white and her father is Puerto Rican and African-American. Beal was raised in Compton , California and graduated from Millikan High School In Long Beach, California and also attended Cerritos College.

it is not unusual for the athlete’s wife to grab the media’s attention. However, Bradley Beal’s wife, Kamiah Adams Beal, is the one to buzz the media. She is an American model, YouTuber, and television personality. Kamiah is also best known to be part of the second season of the VH1 reality show Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood in season 2. This was aired from September 7, 2015, until December 7, 2015.

Bradley Beal Children

Beal and his wife Kamiah have three children namely;

Braylon Elias Beal is the second of three children. He was born on August 29, 2019 to Bradley Beal and Kamiah Adams-Beal.

Bradley Emmanuel Beal II is the first child of Bradley Beal and Kamiah Adams-Beal. He was born Bradley Emmanuel “Deuce” Beal II on July 23, 2018. Bradley Emmanuel Beal II is currently 4 years old.

Braxton Beal is the youngest child of Bradley Beal and Kamiah Adams-Beal. He was born on July 26, 2022. Braxton Beal is currently 3 months old.

Bradley Beal National Basketball Association (NBA)

Beal declined his $36.4 million option to become a free agent on June 30, 2022. He later signed new 5-year, $251 million max contract. On October 21, Beal scored 19 points along with a game-winning bank shot in a 102–100 win over the Chicago Bulls. On February 8, 2022, Beal planned to undergo season-ending surgery on his left wrist. Beal played forty games on the season but also shot a career low 30% from three-point range. He had a career-high 6.6 assists per game.

Beal put up a career high of 60 points in a 141–136 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on January 2021, tying Gilbert Arenas’ Wizards franchise record for points scored in a game by an individual. On February 3, Beal scored 32 points in a 103–100 win over the Miami Heat; he scored at least 25 points in 17 straight games to open the 2020–21 season, which is the most to start a season since the 1976–77 season.

Beal scored 32 points, going 6 for 11 on 3-pointers, in a 117–113 loss to the Toronto Raptors on 20th October, 2018. He broke Washington’s franchise record for most 3-pointers in a career, surpassing Gilbert Arenas (868) by making his 869th during the fourth quarter. On November 14, he scored 20 points and hit three 3-pointers in a 119–95 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Beal scored a then season-high 40 points in a 122–116 loss to the Phoenix Suns on 1st November 2017. On November 20, 2017, in a 99–88 win over the Milwaukee Bucks, Beal scored 23 points and became the youngest player in NBA history to reach 700 made 3-pointers. On December 5, 2017, he scored a then career-high 51 points in a 106–92 win over the Portland Trail Blazers. He hit five 3-pointers and made a career-high 21 field goals.

Beal re-signed with the Wizards on 26th July, 2016. On November 19, 2016, he scored 34 points in a 114–111 loss to the Miami Heat. Two days later, he had 30 or more in consecutive games for the first time in his five-year career, recording a then career-high 42 points in a 106–101 win over the Phoenix Suns.

Beal underwent an MRI that revealed a non-displaced fracture of the scaphoid bone in his left wrist on 11th October 2014, subsequently requiring surgery. He was later ruled out for six to eight weeks. After missing the first nine games of the season with the injury, he made his season debut on November 19 against the Dallas Mavericks.

Beal was named the Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month in December 2012 and January 2013. On January 4, 2013, in a game against the Brooklyn Nets, Beal scored a then career high 24 points and hit a clutch three-pointer to send the game to double overtime; the Wizards went on to lose the game. On January 17, Beal set a then career best with six three-pointers made in a loss to the Sacramento Kings. He went on to be selected to appear in the Rising Stars competition at the 2013 All-Star weekend.

Beal was selected in the 2013 NBA All-Rookie First Team, and is a three-time NBA All-Star. In August 2020, Beal sold his 12,000 square-foot French Provenceal-style McLean, Virginia mansion for $3.5 million to co-founder of &pizza, entrepreneur Steve Salis.

Bradley Beal National Team

Beal committed to playing on the 2020 U.S. Olympic team, delayed until 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. After playing in three exhibition games, he was ruled out for the Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for the coronavirus.

Bradley Beal Contract

Bradley Beal signed a 5 year / $251,019,650 contract with the Washington Wizards, including $251,019,650 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $50,203,930. In 2022-23, Beal will earn a base salary of $43,279,250, while carrying a cap hit of $43,279,250 and a dead cap value of $43,279,250.

Bradley Beal Injury

Bradley took a knee to the quad from Hornets Center Mason Plumlee very late in the game. In fact, it was so late, with just 48 seconds left on the clock during the fourth quarter, many people may not have even noticed the injury. If especially may have flew by our eyes because Bradley Beal remainded in the game even after injuring his quadriceps. He played an additional 33 seconds before Jordan Goodwin came in to substitute him out of the game.

Bradley Beal Position

Beal has an Overall 2K Rating of 87 with a Versatile Offensive Force Build. He has a total of 26 Badges. The above line graph shows his NBA 2K23 Rating Season Movement while below are his Attributes, Badges, Hot Zones and 2K Rating Over the Years.

Bradley Beal Salary

Beal earns annual average salary of $50,203,930. In 2022-23, Beal will earn a base salary of $43,279,250, while carrying a cap hit of $43,279,250 and a dead cap value of $43,279,250.

Bradley Beal Net Worth

Bradley net worth is estimated to be USD 45 million.

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