Bradley Bell’s new deal with Wizards makes him just an active NBA player with the ‘No Trade’ clause, per report

Bradley Bell signs new سالہ 251 million five-year deal with Washington Wizards Became official Wednesday, and there’s an interesting side to it. According to Bell, the agreement includes a genuine “non-trade” clause. Bobby Marks of ESPN. This gives Beal the opportunity to veto any and all trades during the life of the contract. In other words, he will have to personally agree to any agreement before the magicians can transfer it, if they want to. Bell’s deal also includes a 15% commercial kicker, and a player’s option for the fifth season, per marks.

To qualify for such a non-commercial clause, a player must have had at least eight seasons in the league, and must have spent four of those seasons with his current franchise. Bell has become the only current active player with a complete non-commercial clause, and is only the 10th player in history. Other players with the clause included LeBron James, Kevin Garnett, Carmelo Anthony, Kobe Bryant, Dirk Nootzki, Devin Wade, Tim Duncan, David Robinson and John Stockton. Not a bad company to join Beal.

There was widespread speculation that Bell would move away from Washington in an independent agency, but he maintained that DC was where he wanted to be, and he proved that for a full five years. By placing the pen on the paper of the agreement.

Bell said in a statement, “For the past 10 years I have had the honor of calling Washington my home and organization of wizards and our fans my family, as an athlete, a leader, a husband and a father. But moving on. ” Statement after the agreement became official. “Today represents a special moment in my life. I can’t be more grateful for the opportunity to continue to partner with Ted, Tommy, Weiss and the whole organization so that DC and so on are important. That, to help our community do amazing things together. ”

Bell’s commitment doesn’t stop him from potentially asking for trade down the street, but both sides are clearly hopeful it will never happen. If that happens, however, there will be no agreement without giving the bull a thumbs up.