November 27, 2018, 9:39 amBradley BealG, Washington Wizards
Talking to Dennis Scott of NBA TV after Monday’s game, Bradley Beal tried to squash the rumors that he wants out of Washington.
“That’s nonsense. I heard it earlier before the game and I was like, ‘If it didn’t come from the horse’s mouth, it wasn’t me.’ I got this Washington jersey on and I come here and work every day, you know, until otherwise. This is where I wanna be.” Well, we wouldn’t actually call this an endorsement but Beal is saying all the right things for now. The Wizards are 3-1 in their last four, since Scott Brooks put Thomas Bryant and Kelly Oubre Jr. into the starting lineup while moving Markieff Morris to a sixth man role, showing some signs of life. Beal is the one Wizard drawing a lot of interest from other teams, especially since he’s averaging 21.5 points, 4.6 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game but the asking price is reportently too high for any team to try and trade for him now.
Source: NBA TV