The Washington Wizards blew a 35-point lead to lose 116-115 to the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday.

“I have no words besides ‘embarrassing,’” Bradley Beal said.

The Wizards raised their expectations for the season after a 10-3 start. Since Nov. 16, they have a 13-22 record.

The Wizards want to retain Beal no matter what, but their struggles could put his future in question.

“I have a lot of conversations with Tommy [Sheppard],” Beal said Tuesday night. “We’re very transparent with what we want to do and what my future looks like. And yeah, the (trade) deadline is coming up, and I’m very well aware of how we’re playing and how other teams are playing and what my interests are. Granted, I’m giving this organization an opportunity to prove that and show that, and obviously I’m a big factor in that, too, in producing and playing well and performing. But I want to win, and we all know that. It’s just a matter of us doing it. We’ve got the pieces, we have the assets, we’ve got the depth — everything that we bragged about at the beginning of the year. Now let’s put it together and make it work. Speculations are going to be what they are. I can’t control that. But I know what comes out of my mouth, and I know where my heart is, and everyone will know.”