Bradley Beal makes a history with the third highest scoring average ever for an All-Star snub

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Bradley Beal was the best scorer in the East average-wise getting 30.5 points per game for the Washington Wizards during the 2019-2020 shortened season.

Beal’s points were the second-most in the league until March, when the NBA suspended play due to the coronavirus outbreak.

According to NBC Sports, Beal now has the highest scoring average for a player left off All-NBA since Bob McAdoo averaged 31.1 all the way back in 1975-76.

Beal’s scoring average is third-highest for an All-NBA exclusion in league history. The highest belong to Walt Belamy with 31.6 PPG during 1961-62 season.

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