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The Washington Wizards are becoming more and more desperate as time goes by. With a current 3-8 record, the team is facing a crucial juncture. The crux of which is the decision on whether or not they should trade star Bradley Beal.
The two-time all-star has voiced on many occasions that he would like to remain a Wizard but he would also like for the team to find some semblance of competence.

Washington just can’t seem to get it right though and the Wizards find themselves bottom-dwellers in the East yet again. Coaching rumors have even begun to surface as it seems Scott Brooks is on the hot seat.

As the Wizards find only more and more reasons to rebuild, it was a forgone conclusion that the “sharks” would soon be circling Bradley Beal.

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According to The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor, that time is now.

O’Connor reported that “With the Wizards in disarray, teams thirsting for a blockbuster trade are increasingly shifting their gaze toward Beal.”

No surprising news there but what he had to say next should excite Philly fans.

O’Connor mentioned two teams by name, those being the Brooklyn Nets and the Philadelphia 76ers. Not only that, but O’Connor was quick to proclaim the Sixers the more serious of the two teams as Brooklyn is not currently flush with assets.

“Most people around the league consider Brooklyn a fairly unlikely destination to land a star considering it lacks a high-value player or asset to put into a deal.”

With the loss of impending free agent Spencer Dinwiddie to an ACL tear, the Nets would fall short of the types of offers the Sixers can offer. A deal centered around Simmons or Tobias Harris, Matisse Thybulle, and picks would be much more attractive than an offer of Caris LeVert and Jarrett Allen (RFA).

Darly Morey and the Sixers will be sure to do their due diligence as the league approaches the trade deadline. With the recent rumors that James Harden may remain in Houston, all attention turns to Cheap Bradley Beal Jersey as the top trade target.

Washington Wizards forward Cheap Deni Avdija Jersey was parodied on an Israeli television show recently, which Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington showed and wrote about earlier today.

I went ahead and embedded the video above. The video is entirely in Hebrew, but the actor impersonating Avdija does have some English lines along the way. His father, Zufer was also parodied on the show “Eretz Nehederet” according to Hughes’ piece.

Avdija even posted a clip on his Instagram account.

I love watching parody videos, since they are a sign that a celebrity has “made it,” like Avdija mentioned. As long as a celebrity didn’t get on the news for the wrong reasons, the parodies are a sign of respect, just like they often are on “Saturday Night Live.”

The Wizards generally aren’t as popular among NBA fans across the globe as the Los Angeles Lakers or the New York Knicks. So I generally liked watching the parody simply because of the Wizards jersey Avdija’s impersonator wore, even if I didn’t understand much of it.

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The Washington Wizards are still winless after a 120-113 loss to the Orlando Magic in back-to-back days.

With Cheap Russell Westbrook Jersey resting, Cheap Raul Neto Jersey — who finished the game with a career-high 22 points, four rebounds and five assists — was inserted into the starting lineup. The Wizards started strong, as rookie Cheap Deni Avdija Jersey (nine points, nine rebounds) splashed a three and found Cheap Thomas Bryant Jersey (16 points, seven rebounds and five assists) with a brilliant pass. With the Wizards up 16–4, Magic Coach Steve Clifford took a timeout.

With his first touch of the ball, Cheap Troy Brown Jersey, who had 12 points off the bench, knocked down back-to-back threes. For all the momentum the Wizards were building, Orlando guard Terrence Ross, who, along with Markelle Fultz, led the team with 26 points, picked up where he left off last night with a quick five points. A Cheap Robin Lopez Jersey circus shot, coupled with an Cheap Ish Smith Jersey pull-up jumper, saw Washington end the first quarter up 35–29.

While three-point marksman Dāvis Bertāns hit an early three in the second, his poor shooting continued — the “Latvian Laser” was a meager 1–4 from beyond the arc. A pair of turnovers courtesy of Cheap Jerome Robinson Jersey allowed Orlando to take the lead. With the Wizards playing clumsy basketball throughout the second quarter, Cheap Bradley Beal Jersey did everything he could to keep his team in the game, including giving Evan Fournier the run-around. Beal, who finished with a team- and game-high 29 points, also put up five rebounds and seven assists and was a main reason Washington only trailed by two at the half.

The Wizards opened the second half with blistering pace, as Neto demonstrated why Scott Brooks should look his way more often than he has in this fledgling season. Neto found Avdija and Beal on separate occasions with silky passes, hit a three and stole the ball off an inbounds play and drove to the rim for an easy two. With the Wizards in good shape — the team led 90–77 with 2:17 left on the game clock — Beal left the floor.

For the remainder of the quarter, the Wizards prevented Orlando from scoring; the team not only weathered the storm without Beal on the floor, they held a potent Magic offense to zero points.

A sloppy start to the fourth quarter foreshadowed the unbelievably horrendous loss the team was to endure. An eight-point Magic run to start the fourth forced Brooks to take a timeout and evaporated any momentum for the home team. Beal, Bryant and Neto did what they could, but swiss-cheese defense and missed shots cost the Wizards their precious — if not misleading — 17-point lead.

The Wizards will now head to a two-game series against the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday and Thursday this week.