John Wall fined for yelling profanities at coach Scott Brooks

Before things get really bad and their players' trade values dwindle as the losses pile up, the Wizards would be wise to consider moving their heavily-paid star players as soon as possible. So which one is the more likely to go?

"I think this is the deepest team we've had and I feel very comfortable with this team", Wall said, via Yahoo Sports. With him being in the second year of a five-year, $127 million deal, it will not be easy for him to be had.

Monday night that opponent was maybe the hottest player in the NBA: Kemba Walker. A lot more than we expected at 9-8 to start the season.

The damage he can do on the offensive end is incredible. Avery Bradley returned spot after missing the last six games with a left ankle sprain.

Since the heated practice, the Wizards have lost two games to the Brooklyn Nets and Portland Trailblazers.

While his shooting percentages seem great, what has to be alarming is his decline in the three-point ball over the last three season. They have the second-worst defense in the National Basketball Association, as the team is giving up a whopping 116.9 points per game. But of all the other 29 teams in the National Basketball Association, one makes the most sense as a trading partner for the Wizards.

Andre Drummond
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While Beal is an outstanding talent, the straw that stirs the drink for the Wizards is John Wall. Through 16 games, the 28-year old point guard is averaging 20.9 points and 7.9 assists per game.

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Beal, a 25-year-old 3-point threat averaging 21.5 points per game this year, is believed to be the most marketable player on the team.

Jeff Green and Wall, and Beal and Rivers all had "heated altercations", Charania added.

Beal and Wall were once considered one of the best backcourts in the National Basketball Association. With the franchise looking to build around the Griffin-Drummond frontline, the Pistons should look to maximize their efforts over the next few seasons with Blake Griffin under contract. Clippers are better both offensively, scoring 117.9 ppg to Wizards' 110.9 and defensively, allowing 112.8 ppg to Wizards' 116.9 ppg.

The big question turns to who ought to trade for these guys.