Wall also has a 15 percent trade kicker in his deal, so he may be tougher to trade than Beal.
At 5-11 the Wizards are now sitting in 11th place in the Eastern Conference and after a weekend of back-to-back home losses, Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Wizards are willing to consider trades for anyone on their roster.
Beal isn't wrong that these issues have been too common during his time in Washington.
So what exactly does all of this have to do with the Sixers?
The Wizards have started the season with a disastrous 5-11 record and they may be open to moving any player on their team, including Beal and Wall, according to an earlier report from ESPN . Porter has a massive contract on the books, including three years and $81 million left.
But when it comes to the possibility of Beal, one can only imagine how great of a fit he would be in Philadelphia.
The Wizards are just two games ahead of last-place Atlanta in the Southeast Division.
Why would the Pistons be interested in trading for a high-end option like Wall or Beal? I feel like those top four, those top five - you can't forget Milwaukee, what they have with Giannis [Antetokounmpo] - I feel like it's all cluttered.
Washington is 5-11, with the second worst defensive rating in the National Basketball Association at 112.2 and a bottom-10 offensive rating to match - a numbers heavy way of saying they allow a lot of points without scoring very many.
The Wizards have been far worse than their talent suggests they should be, and it seems they hit a breaking point.