Washington Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal is presently among the most popular names on the report mill. The Wizards are yet to make him formally readily available on the trading block however with the team heading into another disappointing year, many individuals are expecting Beal to follow in the steps of other superstars and discover his escape of Washington. Once the Wizards start amusing deals for him, a number of teams that are in alarming requirement of a backcourt boost and extra star power on their lineup are anticipated to give Washington’s front office an immediate call.

According to Greg Swartz of Bleacher Report, the “ideal landing spot” for the All-Star shooting guard prior to the 2021 trade deadline is the Miami Heat. Because the 2020 offseason, Beal has actually been frequently connected to the Heat and there were growing speculations that he considered them as one of his preferred trade locations if ever he leaves the Wizards. Forming a partnership in the 2020-21 NBA season would benefit both Beal and the Wizards.

The Heat might conserve Beal from being stuck in mediocrity in Washington. They might not be among the heavy favorites to bring home the Larry O’Brien Trophy this year but compared to the Wizards, they have a much better opportunity of entering the postseason and making a deep playoff run. For Miami, Swartz thinks that bringing Beal to South Beach would instantly resolve their lack of a go-to scorer.

” A 2020 trip to the Finals seems like a far-off memory for the Miami Heat, who have punched their method to a 6-11 record to begin the year. Jimmy Butler and Tyler Herro have actually both missed time, and asking Bam Adebayo to handle a main scoring role seems unfair even if he’s on his method to turning into one of the NBA’s best centers. Miami’s offense ranks just 27th. The NBA’s leading scorer might definitely assist with that. Bradley Beal is balancing a whopping 35.4 points per game for the 3-11 Washington Wizards. Somebody requires to save the 27-year-old, and Miami’s the ideal landing spot.”

The successful acquisition of Beal before the 2021 trade due date would greatly enhance the Heat’s having a hard time offense. He would provide them a very reputable scoring option, a decent playmaker, and an elite three-point shooter. This season, the 27-year-old shooting guard is averaging 35.4 points, 5.3 rebounds, 4.9 helps, and 1.4 steals while shooting 48.1 percent from the field and 36.6 percent from beyond the arc, per ESPN.

Though it would require them to pay the Wizards the king’s ransom, trading for Beal would be a no-brainer for Miami as long as they might keep their duo of Bam Adebayo and Jimmy Butler. The “Big 3” of Beal, Adebayo, and Butler would put the Heat on the very same discussion as the Brooklyn Nets, Milwaukee Bucks, Philadelphia 76ers, Los Angeles Lakers, and the Los Angeles Clippers.