A Star NBA PG Reportedly Cursed Out His Head Coach In Practice

A Star NBA PG Reportedly Cursed Out His Head Coach In Practice

Javier Howell
November 22, 2018

According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Washington Wizards have begun "giving teams the impression" that every player on their roster is available in trade discussions - including all-star guards John Wall and Bradley Beal.

Starting point guard John Wall and Jeff Green reportedly got into an on-court altercation which Scott Brooks got in-between and was met by an "F- You" from John Wall. And with both confrontations occurring before today's news about the franchise's willingness to trade key players like Beal and Wall, it's easy to speculate about the part that they played in the decision.

Though Wall, the number one pick in the 2010 draft and a five-time all-star, is a favorite of Washington ownership, trading him away would be hard for financial reasons.

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.

The Wizards are 5-11 on the season. They have lost nine of their last 13 games, having most recently suffered a 119-109 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers, and are now in 11th place in the Eastern Conference.

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The Washington Wizards' 2018 season is in danger of spiraling out of control.

The Wizards host the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday next and will look to snap a two-game losing streak.

As disappointing as it's been to watch Washington struggle so far this season, at least this could benefit a team like Philadelphia is they were to pursue someone like Beal. He has an upcoming contract extension that kicks in following this season.

Wall will also have a 15% trade kicker if he's traded during the contract. For the right price, your favorite National Basketball Association franchise can have its own Wizard. Wall, who is three years older than Beal, has had issues with his knees for some time now and they are not going to get any better as he gets older.

Wall, a 28-year-old five-time All-Star, would be harder to deal.