NBA Rumors: 3x All-Star’s contract with the Washington Wizards contains a no trade clause
The Washington Wizards couldn’t come to the end of the season games last season as they completed eleventh in the Eastern Conference. The Wizards have made their expectations clear for next season by taking a few major actions in the offseason.
Their primary need was to re-sign Bradley Beal, who has been in exchange talks since last season. The Washington Wizards at last figured out how to finish the arrangement as they marked the three-time All-Star to a five-year $251 million arrangement.
After Beal quit his agreement with the group, it was normal that he would take action somewhere else. Notwithstanding, the shooting watch is presently secured with the Wizards for some time.
One contract signed today that stands out is the five-year $251M one for Bradley Beal. Negotiated by Mark Bartelstein of @PrioritySports, the Beal contract consists of a no trade clause. He is the only player in the league to have a true no trade clause.
— Bobby Marks (@BobbyMarks42) July 6, 2022
Bobby Marks likewise revealed that one of the greatest features of Beal’s agreement is the no-exchange statement. The 29-year-old is presently the main dynamic player to play under the no-exchange provision. To be qualified for this, a player needs to have played in the group for over eight years
It started with the 2012 draft and we’re still going strong 10 years later.@RealDealBeal23 is committed to the DMV 🙌 pic.twitter.com/ne587fWorx
— Washington Wizards (@WashWizards) July 6, 2022
Since being drafted by the Washington Wizards in 2012, Beal has remained with them and this has made him qualified for the no-exchange statement. His agreement likewise incorporated a 15% exchange kicker and a player choice the fifth season.
Beal is just the 10th player in NBA history to sign a full no-exchange condition. He joins a tip top rundown of players like Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Tim Duncan.
Active players that have been with the same team for 10+ years:
Bradley Beal pic.twitter.com/XRvYUFflgx
— StatMuse (@statmuse) June 29, 2022