“Everybody in the league has tried to get at Bradley Beal. They are not trading him,” Wojnarowski said. “He is eligible for a three-year, $111 million extension later in July, and right now I’m told it’s the team’s intention to offer that up to him and try to keep moving forward.”
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Some see Beal as a trade chip for a rebuild as the Wizards find themselves in an undesirable position this offseason, with money tied up in John Wall, who is unlikely to play until at least the middle of the 2019-20 season, and several expiring contracts.
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