Should the Wizards trade Bradley Beal? | Parting Shots | Outside The Lines

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In this week’s Parting Shots from Outside The Lines, Bomani Jones discusses the coaching staff assembled by new Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell, Sarah Spain addresses Candace Parker joining her hometown Chicago Sky, Israel Gutierrez speaks about if Bradley Beal should be traded by the Washington Wizards and Jeremy Schaap talks about Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds not receiving enough Hall of Fame votes again.

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