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Wizards to extend Bradley Beal's 3-year contract extension

According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Washington Wizards General Manager Tommy Sheppard will offer Bradley Beal a three-year, $ 111-million maximum contract extension when Bradley Beal becomes eligible to sign an extension of contract , Friday.

Beal, 26, will have until October 21 to accept the offer that would begin in the season 2021-2022 - a decision that will require a time for reflection according to his agent.

"There are moments in a career where there are big decisions to be made and Brad will analyze the situation in all its aspects to make the right decision," said Beal's Mark Bartelstein at ESPN.

The Wizards would also be willing to reduce the duration of the offer to one or two years.

If Beal refuses the offer, the Wizards do not plan to trade Beal with two years and $ 55.8 million to sell to his contract, said Sheppard.

Beal could become eligible for a five-year supermax deal for $ 254 million if he is named on an all-star NBA team. Even if he does not reach this status, he would still be eligible for a maximum contract of four years for $ 155 million.

Beal set personal highs averaging 25.6 points, 5.5 rebounds and 5 assists last season. In 40 playoff games, he averages 22.7 career points.

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