Bradley Beal becomes 2nd youngest player ever to make a game-winner, oop against Orlando Magic
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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.”
John Wall continued his MVP worthy play with game highs of 21 points and 11 assists.