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Dwyane Wade Reacts To Lakers Fans Asking Rob Pelinka To Trade For Bradley Beal

Dwyane Wade Reacts To Lakers Fans Asking Rob Pelinka To Trade For Bradley Beal

Bradley Beal isn't living his best time with the Washington Wizards. He's tried and tried to lift this team over the rest of the Eastern Conference but without a good supporting cast, the shooting guard has been unable to win with his team.

Even this year, with Russell Westbrook on the roster, the situation has been the same and as the days go by, rumors about a trade get bigger for the talented player. Beal is going through the best moment of his career and he's wasting those years with a team that doesn't help him. That has led fans to start asking their favorite teams to make a move for the player and the Los Angeles Lakers are one of those.

One fan took to Twitter to call out Rob Pelinka about a trade for Beal right after the player appeared to be crying on the Wizards' bench during a 107-88 loss to the Houston Rockets. That was very quick and even Dwyane Wade took notice of that. The Miami Heat legend reply to this fan with a short but clear message that revealed how crazy that move is.

More fans reacted to it, with some asking Wade to recruit the shooting guard to Miami while others wanted to see him with a Lakers jersey on.

The Lakers have LeBron James and Anthony Davis as the leaders of the team and landing Beal could give them their own Big 3 after the Brooklyn Nets go theirs with James Harden a couple of weeks ago. Beal was linked with a move to Los Angeles during the offseason and even Snoop Dogg tried to persuade him to join the purple and gold.

The team has also been linked with another shooting guard, Zach LaVine, but given Beal's current situation, that move could be more likely for him. The Heat could pull the trigger on this move, too, as they've been struggling this season. It remains to see if they will send some of their young pieces to Washington but a move for Beal could make them come back to the contender conversation in the East.