Bradley Beal was asked to describe where his patience level is currently with the Washington Wizards. The Wizards have reached the playoffs just once since 2018. 

Beal re-signed with the Wizards in 2022 on a five-year, $251 million deal that contains a no-trade clause. 

"I’m patient, but there comes a time where you have to be a little selfish and draw a line in the sand, for sure," Beal told Marc J. Spears of Andscape. "So, I have thoughts in my head but at the same time I stay in the moment. I stay engaged with what we have and what we do and don’t get caught up in noise and just go from there, take it a day at a time, control what I can control."

Beal was asked if he's spoken with Stephen Curry, Damian Lillard or any former stars who played for only one franchise.

"We all think the same," said Beal. "It’s just our commitment to want to win where we’re at, and there’s nothing wrong with that at all. We’re just trusting the organizations that drafted us. They put that trust in us. They continue to invest in us, and we’re just trying to pay that back. We’re trying to give them our all that we possibly can, and I love it, man. I don’t think there’s nothing wrong with it. I take pride in that."