After Wall and his teammates had been challenged to raise their intensity in the practice by Brooks, Wall fired back and swore at Brooks, Wojnarowski reported.
Although he apologized to Brooks immediately afterward, as well as to his teammates the following day, the 28-year-old was still fined.
Whatever worked in the past with the Washington Wizards is no longer working during the 2018-2019 season and the Washington Wizards are not going to just sit around and watch this season go to waste without making a move.
Wizards general manager Ernie Grunfeld has to consider blowing this thing up and embarking on a rebuild.
According to Wojnarowski's sources, the Wizards still prefer to build their roster around both players, but poor play among key teammates have hindered their trade value, making it hard to improve a roster with bad chemistry.
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Washington's two stars have had chemistry issues at times, and the team may benefit from trading either one of Beal or Wall, and then focusing the entire team around the remaining player. Porter still has three years remaining on a deal in which he is owed $81 million.
"We've got to just play with more enthusiasm, more effort, more energy", Brooks said after the 119-109 defeat to the Portland Trail Blazers.
Beal, on the other hand, is 3 years younger than Wall and has a more manageable contract.
All is not well in the Wizards' locker room. They have a few big contracts on the books, headlined by Wall's $170 million extension that kicks in next season.