Following Friday night's NBA Rising Stars Challenge, Bradley Beal finished 2-0 during his appearances in the game—and rightfully so, as Beal is one of the up-and-coming shooting guards in the NBA.
Beal can knock down threes with the best of them (as he showed in Saturday night's three-point contest) and, together with John Wall, makes up one of the best young backcourts in the league.
The 20-year-old is hoping to graduate to the main All-Star Game next season, and he's well on his way, averaging 17.1 points per game on 43 percent three-point shooting.
Beal took time out of his busy All-Star weekend schedule to participate in a Google+ Hangout sponsored by Fanlime and hosted by A.J. Hawk, a linebacker for the Green Bay Packers.
I got a chance to ask Beal some questions during the hangout (a full video of which can be seen here) as well as in a one-on-one interview following the hangout.