The Phoenix Suns are finalizing a deal to acquire All-Star shooting guard Bradley Beal from the Washington Wizards in exchange for veteran point guard Chris Paul, shooting guard Landry Shamet and multiple second-round draft picks and pick swaps, The Athletic and ESPN reported Sunday.

The Suns — who had no first-round picks available to move in a trade — nevertheless managed to land Beal, who joins Kevin Durant, Devin Booker and Deandre Ayton.

Over the weekend, reports indicated the Beal sweepstakes were down to the Suns and the Miami Heat. Beal, who's long stood firm about wanting to make things work in Washington, has to waive the NBA's only no-trade clause in order to approve the deal.