Big break and big stand? The Wizards have put the whole team on the shelves, including wall and Bill.

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 Big break and big stand? The Wizards have put the whole team on the shelves, including wall and Bill.


The news sparked waves. Sources revealed that the Wizards still tended to rebuild their team around Wal and Bill, but poor performance among their main teammates limited their trading value and paralyzed their efforts. Now the team hopes to make a targeted change to the team that has no future at present.

The Wizards want Otto Porter and Kelly Ubray to complete the third star deal, but the players have little interest in the market: Porter signed a four-year top salary last year, now has three remaining years of 81 million, and Ubray is going to be a restricted free agent in the summer.

Coach Scott Brooks criticized the Wizards after losing home games to the Nets and Blazers. After the game, he told reporters, We have to be more enthusiastic, hardworking and energetic. Its a shameful game. At present, the Wizards have only 5 wins and 11 losses, winning two more games than the eagles in the same area - and the eagles are recognized as a bad team. Bill, 25, may be the most valuable defender in the trade. He has excellent range, a better contract and is three years younger than Wal. And walls new contract will start in the 2019-20 season, and he will get $42 million in the next four years. To make matters more complicated, he still has 15% of the trigger money in his contract, and the five-time All-Star has never been involved in any rumors before. Source: NetEase sports writer: Li multi responsibility editor: Yang Jiankun _NS4215

Coach Scott Brooks criticized the Wizards after losing home games to the Nets and Blazers. After the game, he told reporters, We have to be more enthusiastic, hardworking and energetic. Its a shameful game.

At present, the Wizards have only 5 wins and 11 losses, winning two more games than the eagles in the same area - and the eagles are recognized as a bad team.

Bill, 25, may be the most valuable defender in the trade. He has excellent range, a better contract and is three years younger than Wal. And walls new contract will start in the 2019-20 season, and he will get $42 million in the next four years.

To make matters more complicated, he still has 15% of the trigger money in his contract, and the five-time All-Star has never been involved in any rumors before.