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Bradley Beal Seemed Perplexed by Reports That He Is Rejecting His $36.4 Million Player Option

Bradley Beal, a guard with the Washington Wizards, might have a future. Beal will reject his $36.4 million player option for the 2022–23 season, per Michael A. Sotto of HoopsHype, and will become an unrestricted free agency this summer.

 But Beal appeared to respond soon after the information was made public.

Beal informed Josh Robbins of The Athletic earlier this week that he had already made a decision on his future. But out of respect for upholding his present contract, he will withhold the information for the time being.

Beal has the option to re-sign with the Wizards on a five-year deal for an estimated $242 million even if he decides to break his contract. Only about $180 million over four years may be offered by any other team.

Beal has spent his whole ten-year career with the Wizards. When Beal and point guard John Wall were partnered together, the Wizards briefly appeared to be a promising squad. The Wizards have had a harrowing time since Wall first suffered an Achilles injury in December 2019.

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The club was never able to surpass 35 victories in any season, not even when Russell Westbrook and subsequently Spencer Dinwiddle were paired with Beal.

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Beal has been selected for three All-Star games. He was named to the NBA third team for 2020–21. Despite efforts to construct around Beal, The Wizards appear to be in purgatory.

In previous years, teams have reportedly expressed interest in stealing Beal away from the Wizards. Beal, meanwhile, had previously been willing to remain put. Now, if he chooses to opt-out and test free agency, clubs could have a shot.


Beal has said that he could judge his choice on the likelihood of success. A $246 million paycheck might not be worth giving up a chance to win.

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