Bradley Beal has found himself in trade rumors for much of 2019, and that probably won’t change during the craziest offseason in NBA history. The same goes for Mike Conley, who was nearly traded before February’s deadline.

What’s the likelihood that either player will be dealt this summer? One of the guards is expected to be on a new team next season, while the other has a good chance to remain in the same uniform.

According to The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor, the Washington Wizards won’t even consider trading Beal unless they are overwhelmed with an offer. That echoes similar sentiments from other reports, which have noted that Beal isn’t being shopped.

Beal is thought to be a possible trade candidate because he is under contract for two years at more than $55 million, and he’s essentially stuck on a team that won’t be able to contend. John Wall’s supermax contract limits the moves Washington can make to improve the roster, and he might miss all of next season with a ruptured Achilles.

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Bradley Beal admits being flattered about interest on him but is thankful he remains a Washington Wizard. Bradley Beal #3 of the Washington Wizards handles the ball in front of Bojan Bogdanovic #44 of the Indiana Pacers during the second half at Capital One Arena on January 30, 2019 in Washington, DC. Getty Images/Patrick Smith

Maybe the Wizards would consider a deal for Beal that would allow them to rebuild around valuable draft picks and promising young players. The Los Angeles Lakers had the ability to potentially make an intriguing offer to Washington, but that’s no longer the case after agreeing to trade most of their assets for Anthony Davis.

Conley won’t demand nearly as much of a haul because of his age and contract. While still a valuable player, the point guard is owed $67 million over the next two seasons. He’ll be 32 years old at the start of next season, making him six years older than Beal.

The Memphis Grizzlies reportedly discussed trading Conley to the Utah Jazz during the season. O’Connor reports that Memphis wanted either two first-round picks or a first rounder and a young player from Utah.

Utah lost to the Houston Rockets in five games in the first round of the playoffs. The Jazz were the No.5 seed and not thought to be a real championship threat. Perhaps Utah could move up the ladder in the West by making a big addition, considering the Golden State Warriors could be without two of their All-Stars for all of next year.

The Jazz aren’t the only possible landing spot for Conley. The Boston Celtics and Indiana Pacers have been speculated as possible suitors for the veteran.

With Memphis set to rebuild around Murray State point guard Ja Morant, whom the Grizzlies will almost certainly take with the No.2 overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft, the team has plenty of incentive to trade Conley.