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This Bulls-Wizards Trade Pairs Lonzo Ball, Bradley Beal

The NBA is an ever-evolving entity. The game is in such a constant state of flux that it’s hard to keep up. Often, discourse around those changes focuses on the evolution of big men. To be sure, the evolution of the stretch 4 and 5 has been a fascinating development to watch. At the same time, the point guard position has changed almost as drastically.
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Bradley Beal contract among worst in the NBA? Not so fast

From the moment Bradley Beal agreed to terms on a new contract with the Washington Wizards there was a decent amount of negative reaction. Once it was confirmed his new supermax deal included a no-trade clause, that negative reaction got even stronger. It seemingly took no time at all for...
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Washington Wizards Franchise Awards: Bradley Beal Is The Fan Favorite, But Wes Unseld Is The Wizards' GOAT

There was a time when the Washington Wizards were one of the best teams in basketball. The problem is that it was nearly 50 years ago. From 1965 to 1987, the Wizards qualified for the playoffs all but four times. Since the 1987-88 season, the Wizards have made the playoffs 10 times. The Wizards haven’t made the Conference Finals since the 1978-79 season, which was also the same time the team last made the NBA Finals.
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Former Raptors player leaks 2018 playoff scouting report on LeBron James, John Wall and Bradley Beal

A former Toronto Raptors player offered glimpses of the Raptors’ 2018 scouting reports on three players, including Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James. Lucas Nogueira displayed videos of the Raptors’ insight on James, then in his last season with the Cleveland Cavaliers. In addition, reports on the then-Washington Wizards backcourt of John Wall and Bradley Beal were also presented.
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How would Donovan Mitchell and Bradley Beal fit together on the Wizards?

How would Mitchell and Beal fit together? originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. It’s not often the Washington Wizards are mentioned in rumors involving potential blockbuster trades, at least from reliable and legitimate reporters. Whether they are involved in those sorts of talks often or not, the front office is keen on keeping those conversations behind closed doors. Rarely do they get out.
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Tommy Sheppard views Bradley Beal as 3rd point guard

The Wizards entered the season with a massive hole at point guard, and not just for a starter. They needed to fill the entire section of the depth chart before the start of the 2022-23 campaign. By trading for Denver's Monte Morris and signing Delon Wright to a two-year contract,...
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Bradley Beal Didn't Want Trade To Warriors Last Season

Bradley Beal's new contract contains the NBA's only true, negotiated no-trade clause. However, the absence of a no-trade clause didn't keep Beal from making his thoughts known on a potential deal last season. Speaking on The Dan Patrick Show, Brian Windhorst of ESPN said the Golden State Warriors kicked around...
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Bradley Beal expressed no interest in trade to Warriors

While the Warriors reportedly were interested in a trade for the three-time All-Star ahead of the 2021-22 season, Beal “didn’t want to go” to Golden State, according to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst. “Before last season — now granted, they didn’t know if they had a championship team, they know now they do — they kicked the tires on Bradley Beal,” Windhorst said Wednesday on “The Dan Patrick Show.” “[The Warriors] were like, ‘Hey, could we do a deal for Bradley Beal?’ But Beal didn’t want to go.”
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NBA Fan Shares Hilarious Video After Bradley Beal And Damian Lillard Sign Insane Contract Extensions: "Chase A Bag, Don't Worry Bout What I'm Doing."

The NBA offseason is in full swing right now, with teams making moves all over the country. While Kevin Durant's trade request has somewhat clouded the headlines, we also have seen some mammoth contract extensions go through. Be it Nikola Jokic securing a well-deserved 5-year, $260 million supermax deal with...
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Bradley Beal believes Wizards can win title after his max deal

WASHINGTON (AP) — Bradley Beal and the Wizards renewed their commitment to each other when he agreed to a five-year deal worth up to $251 million to stay in Washington. Whether that commitment will make the next five years any more successful than the last 10 is the big question.
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