All five of these players are in the Top 20 in shots/game and assists/game. I'd argue all five of these players are top options, although one of them you apparently don't think so (Wall). All the numbers are fairly close to each other, so idk how you could possibly argue for four of them, but not one.
You are making zero sense of what I am saying. Wall was the top option for the Wizards last season in terms of he took the most shots, sure. If that somehow quantifies being the #1 option on a team. But does that mean that he is a legitimate #1 option for a NBA team? You could argue Brandon Knight and Nick Young were arguably #1 options for their respective teams as well. Does that mean they're legitimate #1 options? That's my argument. Not that Wall was their #1 option, but that he is an actual #1 option in the NBA. If you were to make a list of legitimate guys that should be #1 options in the league in a half court offense, would he be on it? He shouldn't be.
Also, after watching every late game attempt from Washington, it was made clear that when he was healthy Beal was the guy Wittman drew plays for. Teams knew that and would take him out of the play on occasion. The numbers are a little skewed because Beal missed time while Wall did not, but here is the breakdown, evidenced by a play like this:
Wall: 1-9 (4 of the 9 possessions were drawn for Beal, his make was off a inbounds steal against San Antonio)
Nene: 1-3 (all 3 drawn for Beal)
Booker: 1-1 (assist by Wall)
Wall spent the majority of his time with a healthy Beal as the in-bounder late in games. On probably 2 or 3 occasions Wittman drew up a play for Beal only to have him taken away by the opponent using the inbounder to step in the passing lane for Beal.