Bradley Beal’s wife joins the Kent Bazemore hate

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After Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal went off on Kent Bazemore for “joking” about the scoring title race, his wife also backed him up and trolled the Golden State Warriors swingman.

On Twitter, Kamiah Adams-Beal responded to a clown GIF posted by the Wizards guard and basically slammed Bazemore for his comments. She absolutely ripped the Warriors vet and even mentioned stats just to further  emphasize how much better his husband is.

I wouldn’t hold my breath for a response. But hey, maybe after a long night of 8 points, 1 assist, 1 rebound, 6 turnovers and 6 fouls he will have some time.
— Kamiah Adams-Beal (@KamiahAdams) May 11, 2021

To recall, prior to Monday’s game against the Utah Jazz, Kent Bazemore took a jab at Bradley Beal to highlight how impressive Stephen Curry has been this season.
“Forty-nine points in 29 minutes, that’s unreal. We got guys hurting hamstrings to keep up,” Bazemore said, referring to the Wizards star who was sidelined on Monday against the Hawks due to a hamstring injury, per NBC Washington.
“Y’all gotta do some research on that,” the Warriors forward furthered with a grin.
Sure enough, Beal saw the comments and immediately took to Twitter to fire back at Baze. He even called him “straight lame” for the remarks.

Bradley Beal is going OFF on Kent Bazemore for these comments he made earlier today ?
— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) May 11, 2021

This  is only the start of a new beef between Baze, Beal and probably Curry. However, it should only make for an interesting end-of-season drama as the race for the scoring title heats up. Who knows, this might fuel Beal to explode for another 50 points for the Wizards to make his claim for the honor.
As for the comments of Kamiah Adams-Beal, though, Bazemore had the last laugh after he scored 19 points and recorded four rebounds and two assists in the Warriors’ win against the top-seeded Utah Jazz.

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