Nov 16, 2016 02:40 AM EST

NBA Trade Rumors: Washington Wizards Wants D'Angelo Russel? Willing To Trade John Wall In Return?

D'Angelo Russel has been putting up good numbers this season. The young Lakers guard has proven himself to be one of the team's key players that could perform well on both sides of the court. Now, it seems that the Washington Wizards are after Russel and NBA trade rumors have it that there's a possibility that the Wizards might give John Wall in return.

These NBA trade rumors have been going around lately as the Wizards are reportedly trying to shop Wall according to the Inquistr. The Wizards are currently in 13th place in the Eastern conference with a 2-7 record and it looks like the franchise could be rebuilding anytime soon.

John Wall and Bradley Beal have been the team's core players for the past seasons but it seems they haven't really made much progress. The Wizards missed the playoffs last year and they were also eliminated in the Eastern conference semifinals in the 2013-2014 and 2015-2016 NBA seasons.

Now, it looks like the Wizards could use a fresh talent like Rusell and trading John Wall for him is the only option. Beal is untouchable since he already signed a $127 million deal this offseason and is only in his first year of the maximum five-year contract.

There aren't any confirmations yet if the Lakers would let Rusell go since he is slowly showing the team that he could be a leader. But there are NBA trade rumors according to Headlines & Global News about trade negotiations involving Rusell.

The trade between the Lakers and Wizards would become a valid transaction if D'Angelo Rusell and Lou Williams go to the Wizards and John Wall goes to the Lakers. These NBA trade rumors aren't far from happening since both teams could both benefit from the deal.

It is always good to hear these NBA trade rumors circling around the league as it gives the game more excitement. But what's more exciting is if these rumors would actually materialize.

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