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NBA Trade Rumors: Top 5 Best Destinations For Bradley Beal

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So it has finally happened. Washington’s dismal start of the season has finally made them realize that they just need to call it quits and trade their entire roster in order to rebuild for the future.

According to reports, everybody’s available from the Wizards, and that obviously includes John Wall and Bradley Beal, who’s grown sick and tired of the team’s dysfunctional nature and losing ways.

So, even if John Wall is a better player than Beal, the shooting guard is the most valuable asset they have because of how difficult it will be to move Wall’s deal. Today, we’re going to let you know about the top 5 destinations for Beal.

5. Milwaukee Bucks

The Milwaukee Bucks have been one of the most surprising teams so far this season, but they still need another catch and shoot kind of guy that could make the most of Giannis’ drives in Mike Budenholzer’s pick and pop offense.

Beal is a plug guy that could instantly fit in pretty much every offensive system in the world and he’d definitely thrive playing off-ball for the Bucks, and they could get him in exchange for Malcolm Brogdon, Thon Maker, and a 1st and 2nd round picks.

4. Charlotte Hornets

Even despite all signs pointing towards an eventual rebuilding process, the Charlotte Hornets just refuse to call it quits right away, so they could be a dark horse to land Beal as a second scoring weapon besides Kemba Walker.

Beal and Walker would be an offensive upgrade over Wall and Beal and perhaps that could be enough to convince Kemba to stay put in free agency. In order to get him, they’d have to trade away Willy Hernangomez, Malik Monk and a future 1st and 2nd round picks.

3. Minnesota Timberwolves

The Minnesota Timberwolves have finally put an end to the Jimmy Butler saga and the team looks ready to move on and build on last season’s success, but it still feels like they need another reliable scoring option.

Andrew Wiggins lack of improvement and poor work ethics and character have made him a huge disappointment for the Timberwolves, so perhaps they could straight offer him via trade in return for Bradley Beal.

2. Boston Celtics

The Boston Celtics have been one of the most disappointing teams of the season even despite having such a stacked roster, so adding another shooter could definitely help them ease their offensive woes.

Bradley Beal would perfectly fit next to Kyrie Irving and help ease some pressure of Gordon Hayward’s shoulders, as he’s still trying to find his scoring touch. In order to get him, they would have to trade away Terry Rozier, Jaylen Brown and a future 1st and 2nd round picks.

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1. Los Angeles Lakers

And last but not least, we find the Los Angeles Lakers, a team that’s still trying to figure out how to play together and that even though has looked really better as the season progresses, still needs another All-Star to actually compete.

Beal would be a great fit next to LeBron James and his addition would definitely improve their chances in the West. Nonetheless, the Lakers would need to part ways with either Lonzo Ball or Kyle Kuzma, along with Josh Hart and a 2nd round pick.