Wizards Willing To Trade John Wall, Bradley Beal


Wall reportedly told the coach "f-- you", after he and teammate Jeff Green pushed the guard and his teammates to "raise the level of intensity" in a practice last week, league sources told Wojnarowski.

On Monday, ESPN reported that Washington was willing to hear trade offers for Wall and fellow All-Star guard Bradley Beal, as the franchise is in total "firesale" mode.

Enter Wall. The former Kentucky point guard can team up with fellow United Kingdom products Davis, Julius Randle, and Darius Miller. What started as "don't freak out they just need to get Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward meshed into what they do" has become legitimate reason for concern because the Celtics can't get key boards, and that elite defense is not slowing their opponent's best scorer often enough.

Things aren't great in Washington, D.C. right now for the local National Basketball Association team, as the Wizards have fallen into disarray amid a 5-11 start to the season. Including the "not exactly that big three" of John Wall, Bradley Beal, and Otto Porter.

The Wizards, who have been to the playoffs four of the past five seasons, slumped to 5-11 with a second consecutive double-digit home loss on Sunday. They also expressed unequivocally the arguments did not turn physical and that players hashed out their differences afterward and expressed regret for growing heated in the moment.

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The Wizards do have some intriguing players, specifically Wall and Beal, but tearing apart this roster may not be an easy task.

And that was before the team's two-game losing streak. He is now earning $38.2 million this season and a four-year contract extension will kick in next season that will see him earn an average of $42 million.

Beal, a 25-year-old 3-point threat averaging 21.5 points per game this year, is believed to be the most marketable player on the team. The point guard is averaging 20.9 points, 7.9 assists and 2.0 steals through 16 games this season.

Wall, 28, is a five-time All-Star.