John Wall has insisted that he wants to finish his career in Washington, despite the rumors of trade rumning the…
John Wall has insisted that he wants to finish his career in Washington, despite the rumors of trade rumning the following reports of concern about leadership.
Earlier this week, five-star All-Star fined the team after losing a verbal barrier on head coach Scott Brooks during a workout.
It came just a few days after the ESPN reported that Washington was willing to hear trade deals for Wall and Fellow All Star guard Bradley Beal, whose franchise was totally “firesale”.
Wall suggested, however, that he was determined to lay the incident behind him and he was looking to extend his stay in the capital, where he has spent his entire NBA career so far.
“I love being a magician,” he was quoted according to Washington Post .
“I’ve been here for nine years. That’s where I want to finish my career. I have nothing on that aspect.”
Wall is the governor’s longest official and his desire to be the chief of the franchise has obviously not diminished despite Latest reports about concerns within the organization.