2010 NBA Draft: Washington Wizards’ Potential Draft Selections

March 23rd, 2010 by Henry Bell Leave a reply »
A lot of people have been getting all worked up about John Wall and how great he is. But, what people don't realize is that there are others to choose from. Evan Turner, Wes Johnson, Derrick Favors, the list keeps on going. 

So, if a team doesn't get John Wall, it's not the end of the world. But, many Wizards fans have been asking, who are we going to get? I'll break it down for you. 

Our first choice (if we get lucky in the lottery) is John Wall...just like every other team.

Second choice: Evan Turner, a solid shooting guard who is shooting 44 percent beyond the arc who can attack the hoop with power.  If the Wizards got him he would go to the two position and Mike Miller (if we still have him) can adjust and go to the three. He's a great overall player averaging 20 points a game leading his team throughout the playoffs. Now his nickname, "Mr. Do-it-all," makes sense. 

If we end up having picks third to eighth then we can pick up a wide variety of power forwards and centers. 

Wesley Johnson coming from Syracuse is an O.K match for the Wizards seeing as he would have to replace our newborn star, An ...

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