That includes All-Star guards John Wall and Bradley Beal, the building blocks of this Washington era who have given the team respectability but not glory.
Two teams from opposing conferences with mirror records are clashing, when the Washington Wizards (5-11), looking to end a small losing streak, are hosting the red-hot Los Angeles Clippers (11-5), who have lost only once in their last eight games.
Heading into the season, Wall thought that the Wizards would be among the East's elite, but things clearly haven't turned out that way.
Brooks criticized his team's effort after back-to-back losses to the Nets and Trail Blazers last weekend.
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What trade value do the Washington Wizards' veterans have? While nearly any team would be interested in adding either John Wall or Bradley Beal to their roster, 3-and-D player Otto Porter Jr would also make a nice addition to Pistons. The asking price certainly won't be cheap since the Wizards know this is the one leverage they have, but luckily the Sixers are quite familiar when it comes to deal making since The Process isn't something that just happened to take place overnight.
Though Wall apologized, the team is still disciplining him.
Wall and Beal once again are having fine seasons. Amid the slow start, trade rumors have begun centering around both John Wall and Bradley Beal.
The 25-year old Beal, who has a much more manageable contract, is now averages 21.5 points per night.
Wall will also have a 15% trade kicker if he's traded during the contract. 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. "Complaining about shots, complaining about playing time, whatever it may be, we're anxious about our own s-t".
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