Washington Wizards: Best Trade Options for the Wizards

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Otto Porter

In just his first year with the New Orleans Pelicans, Julius Randle is having a breakout season. Randle is averaging 17.5 PPG to go along with 8.5 RPG. Compare that to Otto Porter’s 10.6 PPG & 4.4 RPG. In Solomon Hill, the Wizards would add a big body wing who averages nearly 2 assists and 1 steal per game. Washington would cut $6 million with this trade

Bradley Beal

Beal is looking to be the Wizards best asset as of right now. In exchange for his talents, the Wizards would receive Danny Green, Norman Powell, and Pascal Siakam from the Toronto Raptors.

These players average a combined 29 PPG. Green is shooting a blazing 46.2% from three point range this year, while Siakam averages a consistent 14 PPG and 7 RPG, in addition to his defensive prowess. Powell connects on 40% of his three point attempts and would provide an athletic wing to spark our second unit.

John Wall

Trading John Wall is much easier said than done. In a league flooded with more talented point guards than ever before, not many teams will bite on an aging vet with a massive contract and questions about his drive to succeed.

The Milwaukee Bucks could use Wall’s star power to attract Giannis to stay in Milwaukee for years to come. On the court, Wall would push the Buck’s fast-paced offense even faster. Eric Bledsoe is a big rebounding guard who shoots at a 50% clip. The 1st round pick would provide insurance towards the Wizards future.