Washington Wizards goalie Bradley Beal has been the subject of much business speculation throughout the start of the NBA season. While Beal hasn’t officially requested an exchange, or even hinted that he wants to go out, there seems to be a general consensus that he’s not going anywhere fast in Washington.
Beal only has so many years left to play at a high level, and many insiders are bracing for the likelihood that he will eventually want to go and play for a contender. However, a new report says Bradley Beal has no plans to leave Washington. In fact, he wants to stay.
Bradley Beal has so far expressed his wish to stay with the Wizards and has not indicated he prefers a trade, the sources say.
Beal, however, feels frustrated with his description of his DC situation.
– The Athletic (@TheAthletic) February 2, 2021
NBA fans took to social media to react to the news that Bradley Beal wanted to remain a wizard.
Can’t save someone who doesn’t want to be saved https://t.co/eRIrdadiSh
– 𝙃𝙀𝘼𝙏 𝙉𝘼𝙏𝙄𝙊𝙉 (@HeatvsHaters) February 2, 2021
Waiting for Giannis and Beal could cost us another finale in Jimmy’s prime. I didn’t want to pay a high price for Harden, had no interest in CP3, treated Oladipo like a sidehoe, didn’t want to give multi-year contracts to players like Wood / Crowder / Grant etc.
– Austin (@ChefTrillie) February 2, 2021
more free tweets please https://t.co/ENaBZD2IC7
– Fan of the Braves (@Tony_ily) February 2, 2021
Why does Beal want to stay in Washington so badly …
– Earn your ranks (@EarnYourRanks) February 2, 2021
– Celtics Social (@CelticsSocial) February 2, 2021
Bradley Beal, faithful son.
– Bahamas Kunta👑 (@DillonWilliams_) February 2, 2021
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I think there are two ways of looking at Bradley Beal’s situation. For starters, it’s pretty refreshing to see a guy stay true to the team he’s been with for his entire career. It looks like the NBA is made up of a lot of divas who work their way out when the going gets the least risky. It’s not Bradley Beal.
On the other hand, why wouldn’t Bradley Beal want to be traded? If Washington were to commit to rebuilding and grant Bradley Beal a trade, he should seize the opportunity. Also, does that really sound like a guy who is really determined to win in Washington?
Bradley Beal First Half pic.twitter.com/myuahk6bMW
– Rob Perez (@WorldWideWob) February 1, 2021
Bradley Beal was crossing him on the bench. pic.twitter.com/OFLbkdbVMe
– Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 27, 2021
Bradley Beal doesn’t seem happy during this time out. 😬👀 pic.twitter.com/JjoxOoyNSx
– Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) February 1, 2021
This whole Bradley Beal situation seems a little strange to me. We may have more clarity over time.