Washington Wizards star Bradley Beal has seemingly called out ESPN's Zach Lowe. Despite not being part of the most competitive team in the league, Beal managed to put some good numbers this season, becoming the reason why the Wizards are still competing in the bubble.
During the NBA suspension, he had an appearance on Zach Lowe’s podcast, where he was told by the ESPN writer that he'll include Beal on of his three All-NBA teams. Well, Lowe recently released his All-NBA votes and we couldn't find Beal anywhere. Of course, that didn't sit well with the player, who took to Twitter to show his discontent with the writer.
"Man lied right to my FACE! Smh," he wrote.
If that wasn't enough, his wife, Kamiah Adams-Beal got involved and also called out Lowe.
She reminded everybody what a great season Beal had while taking shots at the media, pointing out that everybody complains when a player joins a superteam but when somebody stays loyal to a franchise, nobody values that.
The numbers are there for people to see it. Beal has been nothing but great for the Wizards, giving some hope to the team while John Wall returns. This season, he averaged 30.5 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 6.1 assists in 57 starts, shooting 45.5 percent from the field and 35.3 percent from deep.