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In his return to Washington, Bradley Beal scores 43 as the Suns roll to victory.

Bradley Beal had a spectacular homecoming in Washington, leading the Phoenix Suns to a convincing 140-112 victory over the Wizards with a season-high 43 points. Despite being benched with over eight minutes left due to the Suns’ substantial lead, Beal received a warm ovation from the crowd, appreciating his stellar performance.

The Wizards paid tribute to Beal with a video during the starters’ introductions, marking his return to the city where he spent 11 seasons before his trade to Phoenix last offseason. Beal expressed gratitude for the memories and the tribute, describing the separation as a positive and respectful transition.

Playing in only his 26th game of the season, Beal acknowledged the adjustment of sharing dominance with star players like Kevin Durant and Devin Booker. He sees the evolving role as a natural part of the process, understanding the importance of gaining experience together before the playoffs.

While looking forward to his future with the Suns, Beal cherished the opportunity to revisit his NBA roots in Washington. Motivated by the familiar faces and the support he received, Beal played with added determination, expressing gratitude for the journey that brought him to his current team.

 

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