Wizards ‘giving impression’ Wall, Beal could be available in trade

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

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

Starting point guard John Wall and Jeff Green reportedly got into an on-court altercation which Scott Brooks got in-between and was met by an "F- You" from John Wall.

Wall apologized to Brooks minutes after the explosion, and to his teammates the following day, league sources said. "While Washington hasn't shopped its All-Star backcourt, it is rapidly becoming apparent to the organization that it needs to start considering overtures for them".

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The Wizards are just two games ahead of last-place Atlanta in the Southeast Division. They are presently the 11th seed in the Eastern Conference. Wall walked away with a rare fine from the team, sources said.

Los Angeles Clippers have a 11-5 record (10-6 against the spread) so far this season and are now tied with three more teams in the first place of the West. With everyone being available, of course it means Beal and Wall could be had. In addition, it would clear significant cap space, but the Wizards front office will have receive significant salary in return. Including the "not exactly that big three" of John Wall, Bradley Beal, and Otto Porter. Porter has a massive contract on the books, including three years, $81 million left. To top things off, Bradley Beal - who is involved in trade rumors along with star point guard John Wall - said that he's been dealing with this drama for the past seven years since he was drafted in 2012. What further complicates moving Wall is the inclusion of a 15 percent trade kicker in his deal.

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. "Complaining about shots, complaining about playing time, whatever it may be, we're anxious about our own s-t".

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