How Concerned Should the Wizards Be About Bradley Beal and John Wall?

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Washington Wizards point guard John Wall recently had a sit-down interview with CSN Mid-Atlantic's Chris Miller where he described his relationship with teammate Bradley Beal.

"I think a lot of times we have a tendency to dislike each other on the court," Wall said. "We got to be able to put that to the side. If you miss somebody on one play or don’t have something go right ... as long as you come to each other and talk. If I starting arguing with somebody I’m cool. I’m just playing basketball."

Beal, who agreed on a five-year, $128 million deal, signed for more money than Wall, who is about to enter the third year of a five-year, $80 million deal. This leads many to believe that Wall may be a bit envious of his teammate. The Wizards, who went 41-41 last season, are entering a new season with a new head coach, and fans have a lot to question about this duo.

What do you make of John Wall's comments about Bradley Beal? How concerned should the Wizards be?

Find out what Bleacher Report NBA Senior Writer Ric Bucher thinks of the situation in D.C. in the video above.

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