Published: Tue, November 20, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Wizards reportedly willing to trade John Wall, Bradley Beal

Wizards reportedly willing to trade John Wall, Bradley Beal

Now, it is being reported by Adrian Wojnarowski this comes after Wall lashed out at his coach Scott Brooks in a recent practice.

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

Washington has yet to shop their All-Star backcourt around, but it has become rapidly apparent that the team could part with either of them in order to turn the corner.

The Wizards have been hesitant to consider moving either Wall or Beal in the past, but the organization is clearly looking to shake things up after their underwhelming 5-11 start to the '18-19 season.

"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. Wall then yelled "f- you" to Brooks, according to multiple reports.

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Wall, 28, is now under contract with the Wizards through the 2022-2023 season at an average annual rate of $42 million.

"We got to just play with more enthusiasm, more effort, more energy", Brooks told reporters on Sunday night.

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.

Previously, the Wizards reportedly had resisted included Wall or Beal in trade discussions for either Kawhi Leonard or Jimmy Butler. Wall is a five-time All-Star who has been a favorite of ownership. Through 16 games, the 28-year old point guard is averaging 20.9 points and 7.9 assists per game. Beal, 25, is signed through the '20-21 season at an average rate of $25 million per season.

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