Wizards may be open to trading Wall, Beal

Tanya Simon
November 20, 2018

This incident notwithstanding, it would be very hard for the Wizards to trade Wall between his production and the fact that his four-year, $169 million extension doesn't kick in until NEXT season.

According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Washington Wizards have begun "giving teams the impression" that every player on their roster is available in trade discussions - including all-star guards John Wall and Bradley Beal.

Wall apologized to Brooks minutes after the explosion, and to his teammates the following day, league sources said.

"Washington had hopes that forwards Otto Porter and Kelly Oubre could be centerpieces of deals that could return an impactful third star, but those players have fetched minimal interest on the market", Wojnarowski reported.

For years, John Wall and Bradley Beal were always considered serious threats by the Philadelphia 76ers in the Eastern Conference, as the Washington Wizards were always considered one of the top contenders to compete with.

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On the court, both Beal and Wall have performed up to their usual standards this season.

And the increasing tension apparently is getting to Wall, who was fined an undisclosed amount Monday for his verbal attack unleashed at coach Scott Brooks during a recent practice session, according to ESPN. "Everybody is going to put Boston No. 1, because that's what you're supposed to".

Washington has made the playoffs in four of the last five seasons. "I put us right there". Porter has a massive contract on the books, including three years and $81 million left.

The 25-year old Beal, who has a much more manageable contract, is now averages 21.5 points per night.

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