Brad Beal's career is crazy similar to Ray Allen's thus far

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Brad Beal's career is crazy similar to Ray Allen's thus far

Through 7 seasons, the 6'5 SG from Uconn Ray Allen averaged 19.6pts, 4.4rebs, 3.7assists on 44/39/85 shooting splits. His effective FG percentage was 52.8% during this time.

The Former 6'5 SG from UF, Beal is currently in year 7, and has career averages of 19.7pts, 3.9rebs, 3.7assists on 45/38.5/80 shooting splits. His eFG% is 52%. Spooky.......

Both averaged (or is currently averaging) 2.2 made threes per game, and got to the FT line just under 4 times per game.

Prior to the 2012 draft, the number one comparison you would hear regarding Beal was Ray Allen. Well here we are, and the stats absolutely back it up. Super cool to see a comp come this close to fruition.


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If Ray Allen played in his

If Ray Allen played in his prime in today’s nba, he’s be making 4-5 threes a game. He’s one of the most prolific outside shooters in league history. That stat comparison is bogus.

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I have to agree, Allen's

I have to agree, Allen's numbers would be higher if placed in Beals position

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Ray Allen made his 1st

Ray Allen made his 1st all-star team in his 4th NBA season, Beal in his 5th.

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