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

Nov 22, 2018, 01:40
Washington Wizards open to trading John Wall after verbal attack on coach

As the Washington Wizards' season spirals, the franchise is making every player on its roster - including All-Star guards John Wall and Bradley Beal - available to discuss in trade scenarios, league sources told ESPN on Monday.

The encounter occurred during a practice last week after Brooks and teammate Jeff Green insisted that the team increase their intensity.

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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. Just before the huddle, people who were present for the moment recounted, he said something along the lines of, "Let's get it all out".

Washington Wizards have a 5-11 record (5-11 against the spread) so far this season and now sit in the 11 place of the East. Washington were previously hesitant to include Wall or Beal in discussions for players like Kawhi Leonard or Jimmy Butler, but given their recent struggles, it has become apparent that "it needs to start considering overtures for them".

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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 are led in scoring by Tobias Harris with 20.9 ppg, adding a team high 8.7 boards per game. 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.

Wall and Beal once again are having fine seasons. He will be under his new team's control for two more seasons after the 2018-19 season. The lightning-quick point guard's contract extension, agreed to previous year, has not even begun kicking in yet. Porter still has three years remaining on a deal in which he is owed $81 million.

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