Bradley Beal Being Recruited By Rival NBA Stars ‘Every Night’

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After trading Russell Westbrook in the NBA offseason after just one year with the team and going through what looks to be another quick rebuild process, many scouts and executives around the league believe that Bradley Beal could become an All-Star on the trade block, but the Washington Wizards have remained loyal to their star player. 

For what seems like the 100th time in his career, Bradley Beal has remained loyal to the Wizards and intends to spend the entire 2021-22 season with them, at least as of right now.

With the additions of Spencer Dinwiddie, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Kyle Kuzma, Montrezl Harrell, rookie Corey Kispert and others, the Washington Wizards definitely have more depth than they had last year, but is this a team that can truly be a threat in the playoffs? Can they even make the playoffs this season with Bradley Beal being their only superstar?

These are going to be the two biggest questions facing the Wizards all season long and rightfully so because of some of the inconsistencies these players have had in their careers.

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Both Spencer Dinwiddie and Thomas Bryant are coming off ACL injuries, Deni Avdija is coming off a broken leg that ended his rookie season last year and plenty of question marks loom over the heads of Kyle Kuzma, Montrezl Harrell, Davis Bertans, and Daniel Gafford in terms of how productive they can be. 

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