The Washington Wizards have announced Bradley Beal will start in Wednesday’s matchup with the Orlando Magic.
Beal missed five games with a hip injury, last playing in the Wizards’ 106-92 win against the Detriot Pistons, playing 21 minutes, scoring 17 points, three rebounds and six assists. Priced at $8,300 on FanDuel, Beal has played 41 games this season, averaging 353 minutes, scoring 31 points, five rebounds and five assists per game. He is also the leading scoring in the league, averaging almost two points more than Steph Curry, who is in second place. He also leads the team in usage with a 34.5% usage rate.
He will face a Magic team that allows 111.3 points to opponents this season. The Wizards rank 12th in scoring this season, averaging 113.2 points per game and play as the fastest team in the league, averaging 104 possessions per game.
The Wizards are a 5-point road favorite against the Orlando Magic on FanDuel Sportsbook, in a game with a 224.5 total.
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