As the season draws closer to an end, records and career-highs begin to get broken.
On Monday night against the Sacramento Kings, Bradley Beal set a new personal best. He surpassed 50 dunks for the first time in his career.
Not a typical stat to keep track off among guards but it is impressive for the 6-5 shooting guard. Before this season his career-high was 48 in the 2016-17 season. He is already at 51 with the team 67 games into the 82-game season.
Those 51 dunks also put him at fifth among all guards in the NBA in 2018-19, according to CBS Sports' Tracker. He's even ahead of 2018 dunk champion Donovan Mitchell.
Un-Beal-ievable 💯 pic.twitter.com/33SKbXkAK4— NBC Sports Wizards (@NBCSWizards) March 12, 2019
At the pace he is on, Beal will be around 63 dunks when the season ends.
This is all a part of an incredible season Beal has made for himself. A lot of it attributed to his off-court conditioning and workouts.
He also currently has career-highs in minutes per game (37.6), points (25.8), rebounds (5.2), assists (5.5) and steals (1.5).
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