Bradley Beal of the Washington Wizards is in a fierce battle for the top scorer with Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors. Beer scored 31.4 points, a difference of less than 1 point, compared to Curry, who averaged 31.9 points. Beer chasing Curry scored 50 goals against the Indiana Pacers on May 9th (8th local time), but injured his left thigh during the match. As a result, it was announced that he would miss the Atlanta Hawks match on the 11th (10th) and also miss the match on the 13th (12th). Meanwhile, Warriors’ Kent Bazemore praised Curry, who scored 49 points on the same day that Beer was injured, saying, “I can’t believe 49 points in 29 minutes” after practice on the 11th. At the same time, he said, “It seems that some people hurt their thighs to catch up,” he said, slandering beer. Beer, on Twitter, said, “You don’t know what you’re playing for. It’s definitely not because you’re recognized! It’s just the worst guy!” Baismore later explained that his remarks were just a joke, but Beer, who appeared on ESPN’s First Take on the 13th (12th), said, “I don’t like his comments.” I talked about my thoughts. “I agree with the first step, 49 minutes in 29 minutes, everyone thinks it’s really great, but it’s acceptable for me to hurt my thigh and be joking about it. No. For the first four years in the NBA, I had the image of being vulnerable to injury, so I take pride in caring for my body, standing on the court, and giving my friends and team a chance to win. You shouldn’t make a joke because it’s not interesting. ”Beer undergoes a re-examination of the injured area on the 15th (14th). Even if he returns to the Cleveland Cavaliers on the same day, he will only be able to play two games in the regular season, but will he be able to explode his memorable anger and win the title of top scorer?