WASHINGTON — Kamiah Adams, who's an actress on 'Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood', isn't happy that her fiance Bradley Beal didn't get selected for the 2020 NBA All-Star Game.
Beal, the Washington Wizards starting shooting guard, has been playing well this season, and is sixth overall for scoring in the NBA and third in the Eastern Conference.
"Brad still got snubbed. ... If his stats aren't that of an all-star, then what is? It's come to a point where I feel talent is no longer recognized, but popularity is," said Adams in her Tweet.
Over 40 games this season, Beal is averaging 35.5 minutes played, 28.7 points per game and 6.4 assists per game. His average points and assists per game is the highest of Bradley's career, according to Basketball-Reference.
“Sucks he got snubbed and to the other guys as well who did, but they will continue to go out there and show y’all just how much of an all-star they really are!” added Adams.
There have been a lot of gripes this year from players and coaches, and some in the media, for how All-Star players are picked. The NBA lets fans play a major role in voting for the All-Star Game, which has caused frustration for those close to the game who have disagreed with how fans have voted, expressing that it causes issues that Beal has faced.
While Adams, who got engaged to Beal earlier in January 2020, did stick up for her fiance, she also got criticism for previous comments she put out about other players in the process of defending Beal. She has since apologized for some of those comments, which can be seen in her Twitter post above.
Beal's not being an all-star may be a surprise to some after the 26-year-old made the game the last two seasons in 2018 and 2019. Beal has been with the Wizards since entering the NBA in 2012.
Currently, the Wizards sit at 16-31 overall on the season and are in tenth place in the Eastern Conference standings.
The NBA All-Star Game will be on Feb. 16 in Chicago at 8 p.m. on TNT. LeBron James and Giannis Antetokoumpo are the two team captains for the game.
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