Wizards' Wall fined, subject of trade talks

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

- The Washington Wizards have reportedly fined star point guard John Wall after he cursed out head coach Scott Brooks during practice.

Wall apologized to Brooks shortly afterward and to his teammates the next day, league sources said.

Things aren't great in Washington, D.C. right now for the local National Basketball Association team, as the Wizards have fallen into disarray amid a 5-11 start to the season. Wall then yelled "f- you" to Brooks, according to multiple reports.

A trade involving Wall or Beal seems unlikely (especially Wall, whose supermax contract kicks in next season), but Otto Porter and/or others on Washington's roster could be on the move.

Brooks expressed his frustration this weekend after double-digit losses at home to the Brooklyn Nets and the Portland Trail Blazers.

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News of this incident comes after several reports have indicated that the franchise is willing to trade any player on its roster, including Wall and fellow NBA All-Star Bradley Beal.

When looking at the ridiculous contract that Wall is now under, the Sixers know it would literally be impossible to bring him on board with their new Big Three hopefully being in set for years to come.

Beal could garner even more interest than Wall on the trade market given his 3-point shooting ability, a more manageable contract and that he's three years younger than the point guard.

Wizards guard John Wall and Jeff Green exchanged words, leading coach Scott Brooks to try to intervene. That being said, Bradley Beal could be a very attractive acquisition for another team if the Wizards are happy with what they could get in return.

To say the Washington Wizards are struggling this season would be an understatement, and due to those struggles it appears as though the team is ready to make glaring changes.

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