NBA star Bradley Beal has come a long way in his basketball career in a relatively short time frame.

After being drafted No. 3 overall in the Washington Wizards in the 2012 NBA draft, he made it to the NBA all-star by 2018 — a pedestal he would stand on again in 2019 and 2021.

While the team made him into the icon that he is today, it was actually a teammate who guided him to the love of his life: his girlfriend turned wife, Kamiah Adams Beal.

How Bradley Beal Met His Girlfriend

As per a report from Clutch Points, Beal might not have met his wife if it wasn't for his Washington Wizards teammate John Wall. Apparently, Wall was a friend of Adams, and so he introduced her to Beal when they were all in a club in LA. 

The two hit it off instantly, with Adams' boldness perfectly complimenting Beal's shyness. Not long after, Beal asked for Adams to be his girlfriend while the two were out on their first date — on a Ferris wheel in Las Vegas. 

While taking a date out to a Ferris wheel might sound like a splendid idea to many, the decision to accept the offer must not have come easy for Adams because of her fear of heights and, by extension, Ferris wheels. 

Bradley Beal Proposed on a Ferris Wheel

Beal spent the next four years with his girlfriend, and while they might or might not have had a memorable ride on a Ferris wheel in those years, there will always be this one ride in Washington that neither of them will ever forget. 

How could they? It was when Beal asked his girlfriend to be his wife. 

That's right! Four years after their first date in Vegas, Beal took Adams to a Ferris wheel in Washington to propose. Of course, Adams would take to her Instagram after the fact to share her feelings.

Bradley Beal and His Wife Have a Family of 4

In the post dated January 19, 2020, after recalling their first date when Beal helped her conquer her fear of heights, she revealed other things he helped her overcome. She penned, 

You helped me conquer the fear of opening up, being vulnerable, and not only loving someone unconditionally, but allowing myself to be loved unconditionally as well, and asked me to spend the rest of my life with you. I love you so so much. No one else id rather spend my life with.

The couple tied the knot later that same year. However, they had to reschedule and make several other adjustments because of the global COVID-19 pandemic. Although Adams is fairly candid about her life over on her socials, the couple has spilled no details about the ceremony thus far. 

Her socials do feature their two kids, though, that too, in abundance. The couple welcomed their first child, a son, Bradley Beal II, in 2018. A year later, in 2019, they welcomed another son, Braylen Beal. 

Going by how Adams gushes over her sons on her socials, she is grateful to have these two blessings in her life.