Bradley Beal said he hasn't considered his future after the Washington Wizards were eliminated from the playoffs by the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night.
"I haven't even ... we're not gonna think about that, or even talk about it, right now," said Beal. "I haven't thought about none of that, as of yet."
Beal finished with 32 points, seven rebounds, and five assists as the Wizards lost 129-112 in Game 5.
Beal added that he will evaluate his situation later this offseason as he enters the final year of his contract.
"Ultimately, I'm in control. I think that's my biggest thing. People are going to report whatever they want, but I know where my mind is and I know if it's not coming from the horse's mouth, then it's going to be rumors ... I guess it's going to increase a lot more this year with me going into the last year of my deal, but for me, I'm just relaxing, resting my body and we'll evaluate all that when summer comes," said Beal.
Scott Brooks, meanwhile, expressed his desire to remain with the team.
Russell Westbrook agreed that Brooks should return next season.
"I don't see why Scott should go anywhere. Not just because we're close but he's done a hell of a job with our team, with our program since I've been here and just [being] around our team and our coaching staff, just understanding how important his impact was to this organization and when I got here I was able to see it firsthand."