NBA trade news rocked the sports world on Sunday when it was reported that the Phoenix Suns were finalizing a deal with the Washington Wizards to acquire All-Star guard Bradley Beal.

Beal was the Wizards’ third overall pick in 2012 and has spent his entire career with Washington before it looked like he was heading west for sunnier pastures. Once the deal is finalized, Beal would join Devin Booker and Kevin Durant to form a new big three hoping to topple the Denver Nuggets.

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Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal, #3, looks on against the Sacramento Kings during the second half at Capital One Arena in Washington, DC on March 18, 2023. (Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports)

Kamiah Adams, Beal’s wife, shared a cryptic quote about her husband’s impending departure on her Instagram Stories, according to the New York Post on Monday.

«It’s not an ending. It’s just the point in the story where you turn the page,» the cryptic post read.

She then shared her own caption, «Foreva eva.»

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Bradley Beal and Kamiah Adams

Bradley Beal and Kamiah Adams-Beal attend the Dre The Mayor’s Birthday Celebration Event at 101 Constitution Avenue on August 12, 2022 in Washington, DC (Paul Morigi/Getty Images)

Beal seemed to find out about the trade when he was at his son’s baseball game on Father’s Day.

Beal played just one season under a five-year, $251 million deal that had him under the Wizards’ control through the 2027 season. He has a player option on that contract for the 2026-27 season worth $57.128 million.

He has averaged 22.1 points with 4.1 assists and a career shooting rate of 46% in 695 regular-season games for Washington.

Bradley Beal drives

Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal, #3, dribbles the ball against Orlando Magic guard Markelle Fultz, #20, during the second half at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, on August 21. March 2023. (Rich Story-USA TODAY Sports)

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Chris Paul is expected to be part of the deal, but reports say he could move to another team or resign and become a free agent.

Fox News’ Scott Thompson contributed to this report.