In a recent interview with Taylor Rooks, Wizard's ace, Bradley Beal tells about his intentions with the Washington Wizards and his future he is staring at.

"Obviously, I consider my family. What do they wanna do? Where do they wanna live? What are they comfortable with? And obviously, the team."

"So it is surreal in a lot of ways to be in the position I am in. It is crazy numbers. It is what it is. It’s uncontrollable. It’s out of my control. But I’m blessed to be here."

"Again, I don’t shy away from that. I take it on with a full front and I have to do what’s best for me."

"There is a little anxiety because I have to make the decision and time is counting down, we’re in June now. But it’s fun to be in this position.”

He will be up for a massive 4-year $242 million extension in the summer of 2023, as compared to the smaller 4-year $181 million extension that the Wizards have offered to him previously.

"I know what my decision will be based off of, and that’s gonna be where I feel like I can win. That’s going to be my decision," Beal said.

"If I feel like I can win in D.C., that’s what I’m gonna do, and I want people to respect that."

"You may or you may not, but I’m gonna work my ass off and I’m gonna compete and I wanna make this team better. If it’s elsewhere, it’s going to be the exact same commitment…"

"For the most part, I’m gonna do what’s best for me and I can’t concern myself with what other people are saying, even though it may look as ‘simplified’ as people may project it to be."