3 trade packages that would send Bradley Beal to the Timberwolves

The Minnesota Timberwolves may have found their ideal running mate for Karl-Anthony Towns when they swapped Andrew Wiggins for D’Angelo Russell. They also have the No. 1 overall pick in this year’s draft, but there is no franchise-changing, franchise-defining star to be had.

The Timberwolves appear open for business regarding the No. 1 pick, so the idea of adding a third star (Devin Booker?, Ben Simmons?) is out there.

The Washington Wizards appear to want to compete next season, with John Wall coming back to join Bradley Beal in the backcourt. It’ll be a make-or-break year for coach Scott Brooks, as he’ll be in the final year of his contract unless he surprisingly gets an extension.

Trade rumors have surfaced off and on regarding Beal, and they may ramp up again when the offseason starts.

Here are three trade packages that could bring Beal to the Timberwolves.

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