Bradley Beal says winning a championship with Wizards ‘would mean the world’ to him

Bradley Beal decided to remain with the Washington Wizards and has his sights set on leading the franchise to the NBA championship.

The superstar guard recently agreed to a five-year, supermax contract extension with the the Wizards, worth a total of $254M.

The new deal will keep him in Washington until the end of the 2026/27 season and this will mark 15 years since he first joined the team (2012, No.3 of the Draft).

“Winning a championship here would mean the world to me. That would mean more than up, leaving, and playing with four other All-Stars. I firmly believe in my heart that I can win here,” Beal said, via Quinton Mayo.

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Bradley Beal was limited to just 40 games last season and shot a career-low 30% from beyond the arc. He averaged 23.2 points, 4.7 rebounds and 6.6 assists. The Wizards went 35-47 last season and missed the playoffs for the third time in four years.

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