The Washington Wizards are delivering an impression to NBA front offices that all players on their roster - including John Wall and Bradley Beal - are available in trade scenarios, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
While the Wizards' preference is to keep Wall and Beal, the team's poor play this season is making it difficult to make roster changes elsewhere, according to the report.
Washington is 5-11 going into Tuesday's game against the Los Angeles Clippers. The Wizards have lacked effort in several games and currently rank 25th in the NBA in net rating. Forward Otto Porter has also had a rough start as the Wizards' third option.
Wall and Beal have had a rocky relationship in the past but remain one of the league's most potent backcourts. Washington general manager Ernie Grunfeld - the NBA's third-longest tenured GM - has also taken his share of criticism for his personnel moves over the last few seasons.
Wall's super-max contract extension takes effect next season, a deal that will pay him $169 million through 2023. Beal's current contract expires in 2021.