29. Bradley Beal, Washington Wizards
Washington’s Bradley Beal is still working on shedding woeful a playoff reputation, but there’s no doubting his immense skill-set. Beal has played in just one playoff series since 2018, and hasn’t gotten out of the first round since ’17 when he and John Wall toppled an Atlanta Hawks team featuring Dennis Schroder, Paul Millsap, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Dwight Howard.
Beal committed himself to the Wizards this offseason after signing a massive extension which featured a no-trade clause. He remains a lethal three-level scorer who has improved dramatically as a passer since Wall’s departure. It’s just a matter if we see the 29-year-old play in any more meaningful games for the remainder of his career.
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