Bradley Beal makes Paul George fall with this nasty stepback

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Bradley Beal is one of the rising stars to emerge from this years playoffs, with his silky handle and smooth jump shot he is a developing into one of the best shooting guards in today's NBA.

Still only 20-years-old, Beal has been performing far above his age in this year's post season and joins Magic Johnson as the only other player to score 25+ points in three playoff games before turning 21.

The Washington Wizards unfortunately lost game six of their series with the Indiana Pacers 93-80 and Beal mustered only 16 points in the defeat.

The Wizards bow out of the post season after suffering a 4-2 series loss to the Pacers but despite the early exit to the playoffs, they and Beal have certainly left a lasting memory around the league and no one knows that quite like Paul George.

George was on the other end of a nasty crossover and step-back move which incidentally made the Pacers small forward fall to his hands, he could only watch as Beal showed of his silky shooting stroke to nail the jumper.

A highlight that I'm sure George will remember but for now he has more important matters to take care of, like the meeting he has with the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals.

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