USA Basketball announces Bradley Beal’s non-participation in the Olympics Commander also commented “definitely a big loss” | NBA Rakuten

On July 16th (15th local time), USA Basketball announced that Bradley Beal of Washington Wizards will not participate in the Tokyo Olympics. Beer was in the new coronavirus health and safety protocol the day before. The replacement players will be announced at a later date. Beer was also nominated for the FIBA ​​World Cup in China two years ago, but declined before the training camp due to family reasons. This time, he participated with full satisfaction, and although the first match against Nigeria was only 2 points in the exhibition match, he was in good shape with 12 points against Australia and 17 points against Argentina. Popovich said, “Bradley’s departure is definitely a big loss. He played very well and he understood everything and blended well into the group. There is no next Bradley Beal.” I’m commenting. Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors, who is also a representative, said, “Everyone has the experience and opportunity to represent their own country. We cannot help but sympathize with Brad who was deprived of that opportunity.” I thought about beer. Popovich said he is looking at who will fit the team as a replacement for beer. “There will be no scorer to replace beer, so we might choose a player like a utility player in baseball,” he said. Jonathan Figan, a reporter for the Houston Chronicle, reports that Christian Wood is a candidate for a replacement player. It has also been revealed that Detroit Pistons’ Jeremy Grant has also entered the Health and Safety Protocol for caution. The US national team will play the first Olympic match against France on the 25th after having an exhibition match with Australia on July 17th and Spain on the 19th.

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