You know the drill: athletes comes to Washington, D.C. only to get lured by the bright lights and promise of a free table that their game and focus starts to wane. We’ve seen it with Caron Butler, Gilbert Arenas and of course Andray Blatche.
So it makes sense that rookie Bradley Beal‘s parents sent him to the District with his brothers in tow to ensure he doesn’t lose his head or the $4.13 million dollar contract. Beal told the Washington Post that he’s going to stay away from the clubs or “activities” as he calls it.
“I’m definitely going to be conservative,” Beal said. “Especially in a city like this, all the stuff that you can do, all the activities and places to go, it’s easy to spend your money and get caught up in that lifestyle. I think I’m on the right path.” MORE