The Wizards have not engaged in any trade talks for Beal, but they have received plenty of calls according to the report. The Wizards look extremely unlikely to trade guard Bradley Beal.Washington has “zero interest” in dealing Beal, according to a report from The Athletic which cites unidentified league sources. NBA trade rumors: Several teams interested in acquiring Cavaliers guard Rodney Hood NBA trade rumors: Knicks trying to deal Tim Hardaway Jr. to shed salary Beal is in the middle of the best year of his career as he is averaging career highs in points (24.6), assists (5.1) and rebounds (5.0). Related News The team is also not considering trading forward Otto Porter Jr. at this point, but according to another report from The Athletic, how the next couple of weeks work out for the team could change its mind.Washington currently sports a 20-27 record and sits 2 1/2 games out of the eighth playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.
The former BYU star was originally selected with the 10th overall pick in the 2011 draft. The guard, however, struggled defensively and bounced around the league, playing four teams over five seasons. Related News Jimmer Fredette could be nearing a return to the NBA.The Suns are planning to meet with the 30-year-old guard Thursday, according to a report from 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station. The team has an open roster spot and could sign Fredette for the rest of 2018-19, the report says. Fredette had been playing for the Shanghai Sharks of the Chinese Basketball Association. But, they were eliminated from the playoffs and their season came to an end earlier this week, according to the report. Kobe Bryant gives advice to LeBron James: ‘You just gotta keep pushing’ Spurs coach Gregg Popovich gives Dwyane Wade special gifts before final matchup Fredette, who last played in the NBA game with the Knicks in 2015-16, has averaged six points and 1.4 assists over 235 career games. He has shot 38.1 percent from behind the 3-point line.
Damir Džumhur ensured the performance at Roland Garros after Spaniard Marcel Granollers handed the match to the best B&H tennis player today, in the second round of the ATP tournament.On several occasions during the match against Džumhur, Granollers complained about injury and did not manage to play until the end of the first set. He decided to give up the match in which Džumhur led with a result of 3:0.With this victory Damir secured performance at Roland Garros, which is to be held from May 24th until June 7th.In the next round of the ATP tournament in Morocco, Damir will play against Andreas Haider Mauer, who won against the Spanish tennis player Pablo Andujar today.(Source: klix.ba/ photo abc)