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Wizards’ Bradley Beal closes out Palace of Auburn Hills with monstrous poster dunk vs Pistons

The final game at the Palace in Auburn Hills did not go according to plan for the home team Detroit Pistons. That is because the Washington Wizards, who have locked up the Southeast division and the No. 4 seed in the Eastern Conference, was in town. Despite their leader John Wall sitting out the game, his superstar backcourt partner Bradley Beal had no intentions on conceding.

Beal finished with a game-high 33 points on 13-of-20 shooting. He put the finishing touches on his marvelous night with a monstrous poster dunk over Tobias Harris and a trailing Stanley Johnson that sealed both the Pistons and the Palace’s fate.

The dunk buried the Palace once and for all. The grim reaping dunk brought the Wizards bench to their feet, as Wall approved of the thunderous poster.

Looks like “Playoff Beal” is already in form just ahead of the postseason.

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