Washington Wizards Trades
The Wizards’ starting center is likely headed to Dallas.
The Wizards will receive Isaiah Livers and two second round picks as well.
IT’s good to see that the Wizards will get more young talent than previously thought.
They will receive a future second-round pick in return.
Kristaps Porzinigis will move on from Washington to Boston. Marcus Smart moves from Boston to Memphis. Mike Muscala, Danilo Gallinari and a second round pick will also come to Washington.
The Clippers would likely send the 30th pick to the Wizards as a part of the deal
There are more players changing teams with Bradley Beal going to Phoenix.
The Phoenix Suns acquire the Washington Wizards’ franchise player in the biggest trade of the offseason so far.
The first first-round pick of the Tommy Sheppard Era has now been traded.
The Wizards will send Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Ish Smith to Denver.
The Wizards are reportedly interested in trading for Jaden Ivey, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, or Dejounte Murray
Wizards Insider Quinton Mayo was the first to report the Wizards’ interest in Ivey.
Holiday played half a season for Washington.
The first trade is in the books.
This is one very busy draft day for the Wizards!
Herzliche Glückwünsche on getting your "get out of jail free card" Mo! Wagner will be on a contender!
The full terms of the Wizards’ draft day trade were revealed with rookie forward Admiral Schofield headed to OKC.
The moves all indicate that the Wizards will rebuild, though it’s unclear how foundational it will be.
The Wizards are facilitating a three players from the Lakers and will send cash considerations to the Pelicans in the upcoming Anthony Davis deal.
If Tim Frazier is the solution as the team’s backup point guard, then the team needs to do a lot more to put shooting around him.
The Wizards addressed a crucial need with the Tim Frazier trade