Bradley Beal After Loss To Knicks: "I've Gotta Get My Head Out Of My A*s."

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The Washington Wizards have been one of the NBA's most disappointing teams this season. Despite having a talented roster, and residing in the weaker of the two Conferences, they have been unable to find success, and currently sit near the bottom of the standings.

Following his team's most recent loss to the Knicks, Bradley Beal put the blame on himself.

The Wizards were up pretty big during the game, eventually losing in a tight match. Clearly, he's frustrated with how both he and his team are playing.

Beal, to his credit, is doing everything he can to help the Wizards overcome their struggles. With season averages of 31.8 points, 5.1 rebounds, and 4.6 assists on 48% shooting, he's been playing at near MVP levels.

Of course, his team still stinks, and nobody is quite sure why.

If the Wizards want to sneak into the playoffs, they're going to have to figure out a new strategy. With Beal, they've certainly got a good chance at turning this thing around.