Bradley Beal and the Washington Wizards are working together on trade scenarios ahead of next week's draft as the franchise looks to rebuild.

"I'm going to tell, if Bradley Beal gets traded between now and next Thursday, I think people are going to be very surprised at the price and how potentially low it's going to be," said Brian Windhorst. "Because his contract is not attractive. And especially going forward, what it would mean to have a $50 million player on your team that may not be a first or second All-NBA type player."

Windhorst believes the climate that saw Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell traded for significant packages last offseason has changed considerably for players of Beal's level.

"I suspect if he's gets traded it would be for a fraction of that," said Windhorst.

Windhorst adds that the no trade clause in Beal's contract also makes trading for him less attractive.