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Kyle Kuzma is ready for a fresh start with the Washington Wizards, as he was part of the trade that sent Russell Westbrook to the LA Lakers.

Kuzma talked on the chance to play with a superstar player like Bradley Beal, and how his mindset reminds him of his former teammates LeBron James and Anthony Davis.

(via NBC Sports Washington):

“Obviously when you’ve got a guy that scores 30 points every night, from the outside looking in, you’re thinking he’s not really a willing passer,” Kuzma said. “He makes the right play and that’s really important for winning basketball.

I see it all the time, especially playing with LeBron and AD, if they wanted to they could come down the court and score every single time if they wanted to.

But understanding your teammates and whatever the right play is in front of you, that’s the most important thing. And he does that.”

Beal had a tremendous season last year, averaging a career-high 31.3 points per game. The Wizards made a late-season run to make the playoffs before being eliminated by the 76ers in five games.