Bradley Beal will work with the Wizards on trade possibilities.

The Washington Wizards are thinking about what to do as other teams try to trade for three-time All-Star guard Bradley Beal.

Sources told ESPN on Wednesday that Beal's lawyer at Priority Sports, Mark Bartelstein, and Michael Winger are talking about franchise possibilities.

Beal is the only NBA player with a "no-trade clause." This means that he can decide not only where he wants to go, but also how a possible move would affect his ability to play for a winner.

If Winger wants to change up a team that hasn't made the playoffs in four of the last five years, he will have to talk with Dawkins and Bartelstein about possible transfers.

Sources say that talks about Beal's future with the Wizards will get more serious as the NBA draft on June 22 and free agency on July 1 get closer.

Beal has been with Washington for 11 years. During that time, he has gotten to know the city and the team's owner, Ted Leonsis.

Leonsis, on the other hand, said that he gave Winger full control over whether or not to rebuild the Wizards or keep using expensive senior players.

The Wizards are waiting for guards Kyle Kuzma and Kristaps Porzingis to decide whether or not to pick up their player options and become unrestricted free agents.

In 50 games, Beal averaged 23.2 points and shot 51% of the time. He scored 30 points per game in 2019-20 (30.5) and 2020-21 (31.3).