Washington Wizards' John Wall, Bradley Beal available in trade scenarios

Washington Wizards' John Wall, Bradley Beal available in trade scenarios

Washington Wizards' John Wall, Bradley Beal available in trade scenarios

Fresh off reports that the Washington Wizards have made every player on their roster available comes this piece of information from The Athletic's Shams Charania suggesting that a volatile recent practice led to verbal altercations between Wizards players. He has read the rumors circulating about the Washington Wizards and their sudden inclination to discuss potential trades involving Beal or fellow all-star guard John Wall.

The relationship between Wall and Brooks is said to be really toxic at the moment, with Brooks struggling to get the best out of his superstar this season.

Wall apologized to Brooks shortly after cursing him and to his teammates the next day, per Wojnarowski.

Things continue to unravel for the Washington Wizards.

The Washington Wizards have been one of the most-disappointing teams in the National Basketball Association so far this regular season and it appears that management is now willing to make some drastic moves.

When looking at the ridiculous contract that Wall is now under, the Sixers know it would literally be impossible to bring him on board with their new Big Three hopefully being in set for years to come.

The Washington Wizards next host the L.A. Clippers, followed by a road trip to the Toronto Raptors. "Everybody is going to put Boston No. 1, because that's what you're supposed to". He'd provide the team without an immediate boost, and they could actually move toward contending for a title next season. You've got Philly, they got their pieces. Then, I didn't buy into them.

Wall's contract extension begins in 2019-20 and will pay an average of $42 million annually for four years and will also include a 15 percent trade kicker.

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