"The Wizards have resisted including Wall or Beal into previous trade talks, including discussions that they held for the league's past two available stars, Kawhi Leonard and Jimmy Butler, league sources said," he continued.
"While Washington hasn't shopped its All-Star backcourt, it is rapidly becoming apparent to the organization that it needs to start considering overtures for them."
The Wizards have tried to shop Otto Porter and Kelly Oubre, Wojnarowski also reports, but neither have generated much interest on the trade market.
But as Wojnarowski points out, Wall in particular has a massive contract that could be tough to move.
"Beal, 25, could turn out to be the guard with the most value on the trade market -- with his three-point shooting ability, a more manageable contract, and being three younger than Wall," he writes.