Wizards open to Wall trade after verbal attack on coach

Washington Wizards open to trading John Wall after verbal attack on coach | NBA News

NBA Rumors: Wizards Making John Wall, Bradley Beal Available For Trades

The Washington Wizards are open to trading John Wall after the All-Star point guard was fined for a verbal attack on coach Scott Brooks during a recent practice session, according to reports.

Sources told ESPN that Washington still hopes to reshape their roster around Wall and Beal, but the lack of interest in other players, such as Otto Porter Jr. and Kelly Oubre Jr. has left them considering all options.

Washington Wizards open to trading John Wall after verbal attack on coach | NBA News
Wizards Willing To Trade John Wall, Bradley Beal: Report

Wall is said to have apologized to both Brooks and his teammates.

The Wizards more than likely will not part way with either, but if they get an offer they can not refuse, the Wizards' front office will more than likely send one or both on their way. John Wall and Bradley Beal called out guys earlier in the year for playing selfishly.

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As disappointing as it's been to watch Washington struggle so far this season, at least this could benefit a team like Philadelphia is they were to pursue someone like Beal.

The Wizards host the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday next and will look to snap a two-game losing streak. They are 5-11 and on the outside of the playoff picture looking in even in an Eastern Conference that comes with a low bar for entry.

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Washington has Wall under contract through the 2022-23 season at an average rate of $42 million per year and Beal is signed through the 2020-21 season at an average clip of $25 million per season. The lightning-quick point guard's contract extension, agreed to past year, has not even begun kicking in yet. In addition, there is the inclusion of a 15 percent trade kicker in his deal, which means his salary would have to be increased by that percentage in the event of a trade which will likely put off interested teams. He is averaging 20.9 points, 3.3 rebounds, 7.9 assists, 2.0 steals, and 1.1 blocks per game in 34.8 minutes. Wall is a five-time All-Star who has been a favorite of ownership.

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