Bradley Beal has drawn a lot of interest in the trade market this offseason, most notably the Miami Heat, but it doesn’t appear that the Washington Wizards have any plans to move on from him.
According to a report by the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson, the Wizards have “rejected all trade overtures on Beal,” as they prepare to offer him a three-year, $111 million contract extension once he’s eligible on July 26.
Things can quickly change if the 26-year old star turns down the extension. If that happens, The Athletic’s Frank Isola is reporting the Miami Heat would be willing to take on John Wall’s ridiculous $171M contract as part of the trade package.
Beal averaged a career-high 25.6 points per game last season to go along with 5.5 assists and 5 rebounds, while earning All Star honors.
Getting another star to go alongside Jimmy Butler is a top priority for the Miami Heat who are looking to build a championship contender once again.
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