Washington Wizards Trade Rumors
Trade rumors about the Washington Wizards.
The Knicks have the most available cap room of all NBA teams and could absorb big contracts, but it’s not like the Wizards would get much in return or if other teams would be involved.
The King of Triple Doubles could be headed back to his hometown, though the Lakers are rumored to be pursuing Chris Paul first.
The Dallas Mavericks post is frustrated in Texas. But it will cost Washington more than Davis Bertans and another contract to make such a trade work.
Don’t expect the injured sharpshooter to be traded by Mar. 25 however.
The teams didn’t get far in initial talks, and it’s hard to see Griffin on the Wizards unless Rui Hachimura also got traded.
Chris Miller of NBC Sports Washington gave some more insight regarding why the Wizards point guard is linked to a blockbuster trade for Houston Rockets point guard Russell Westbrook.
We chatted about the biggest news of the day outside of the NBA Draft last night.
The Washington Wizards guard made the comments on NBA veteran JJ Redick’s podcast "The Old Man and The Three" earlier this week. They are eye-opening, but also state the team’s situation.
Former Wizard and Warrior Larry Hughes thinks "where there’s smoke, there’s probably fire" when this many credible journalists keep mentioning it.
There aren’t many teams that can put together an interesting offer for Beal. The New Orleans Pelicans are a team that can.
The latest trade rumor has Bradley Beal going to the Lakers. But given the assets available, it also seems that L.A. is pre-planning for the Wizards starting a rebuild very soon.
The Wizards forward could be out of town by the NBA trade deadline on Thursday. Could the Latvian Laser be sent out of town before Latvian Heritage Night on Friday?
The durable veteran Wizards center is entering the final year of a five-year $60 million contract and still has plenty left in the tank.
Washington is reportedly looking to add another pick after dealing one to Brooklyn on Wednesday.
Washington took a step toward fixing their bench, but it came at a price.
Several playoff-bound teams are interested in adding Phoenix’s defensive specialist, according to a new report.
Zach Lowe of ESPN reports the Wizards have considered offering their first round pick in the 2017 draft, but may not need to offer it.