Bertans sticks up for Beal after All-NBA snub


Bradley Beal made some history on Wednesday with his exclusion from the All-NBA team, as he became the first player ever to be left off despite averaging at least 30 points and six assists per game. He had the third-highest scoring average ever in a season not deemed All-NBA and the highest in 44 years.

A lot of people have sounded off on Twitter about it, including Beal himself. Now, teammate Davis Bertans has weighed in.

He wonders what Beal would have to do statistically to make All-NBA next season.

If Beal averaged 40 points and 10 assists per game, he would probably make it, right? Right?

As Beal well knows, it's all up to voters. And this year, the Wizards' losing record clearly played a role in him being left off.

Beal may not average 40 and 10 next season, as that would be an NBA first, but you can bet he will be motivated by yet another snub, this on the heels of him not making the All-Star team earlier this year.