Just before the start of training camp, Bradley Beal locked himself in with the Wizards agreeing to a two-year, $71.8 million contract extension.
That new contract meant not only some bigger paychecks down the line but also Beal could not be traded during this season.
All the losing is wearing on Beal, however, who said after Thursday night’s Wizards loss to the Bulls:
“I don’t like losing. I’m sorry — especially winnable games… I don’t like losing, so [my frustration is] gonna keep building up for me until we starting winning and changing our culture.”
How do you change the culture?
“Winning games. Have a winning attitude, winning habits.”
This is more than just frustration of the moment with another loss.
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