Bradley Beal becomes 2nd youngest player ever to make a game-winner, oop against Orlando Magic

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| December 11th, 2014 | 873 Views

Lucky number 7.  7 stands for the 7-0 run the Wizards went on in the final minute of the game.  7 is the how many points Bradley Beal had in the first quarter and how many points he had before catching a game-winning alley-oop against the Orlando Magic with 0.8 seconds on the clock. 7 is how many times the Washington Wizards have now beat the Orlando Magic in a row.

“I really didn’t even see Andre throw the ball,” said Beal who became the 2nd youngest player to ever make a game winner. “We do end of-game situations like that all the time and they’re not just silly plays in practice, they actually win games.”


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John Wall continued his MVP worthy play with game highs of 21 points and 11 assists.

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