The outburst was said to be in response to Brooks and Wizards forward Jeff Green urging Wall to raise the level of intensity in practice.
Wall has apologized both to his head coach and teammates, sources tell Wojnarowski.
With the Wizards 11th in the NBA's Eastern Conference despite possessing considerably more talent than the sides above them, the team's front office are also said to be trading all other players on the roster, including Wall's fellow All-Star guard Bradley Beal. The much anticipated return of Dwight Howard did not help turn things around, and now the Wizards may be looking at a rebuild.
This incident notwithstanding, it would be very hard for the Wizards to trade Wall between his production and the fact that his four-year, $169 million extension doesn't kick in until NEXT season.
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A bunch of players did just that and it got heated. Otto Porter is owed almost $82 million over the next three seasons (includes this season).
Beal could garner even more interest than Wall on the trade market given his 3-point shooting ability, a more manageable contract and that he's three years younger than the point guard.
Wall, 28, is now under contract with the Wizards through the 2022-2023 season at an average annual rate of $42 million. Both the Wizards and Clippers rank top 10 in the National Basketball Association in pace, with Washington sixth and Los Angeles eighth.