3. Washington Wizards
It seems to only be a matter of time before the Washington Wizards are forced to trade Bradley Beal. The high-scoring guard has become increasingly frustrated in his situation and wants to play for a competitive team sooner rather than later.
Beal is averaging 30.5 points per game and has been one of the best guards in the league this year. Sadly, his team hasn’t been there to help him. The Wizards hold a 24-40 record. His team’s poor success was likely the main reason he missed the All-Star Game this season.
The eventual return of John Wall could aid Beal in his decision but until we see a healthy season from Wall we can expect the Wizards to shop Beal around. This means the Golden State Warriors have a chance to swoop in and make a deal.
The Warriors can offer their first-round picks and Andrew Wiggins to acquire Beal. This gives the Dubs a reliable offensive weapon to play alongside Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson.