Need More Than a Wall: Five Draft Prospects The Washington Wizards Should Draft

December 28th, 2010 by Kevon Robinson Leave a reply »
As for right now, we don't know what to expect from this college season and how it will result in the NBA Draft next year.  There have been many surprises this season including the slow start to UNC's hyped up Harrison Barnes only averaging a little over 11 points a game.

For the Wizards, the franchise is in search of a powerful big man to put in the post, a shooter/scorer that can take over what Gilbert Arenas started in case he leaves, and a swift wingman on John Wall's side.  A player that can get up and down the court at a rapid pace will be ideal to suit a player that possesses the speed that John Wall has, or can knock down a 3-pointer whenever John Wall decides to drive and dish the rock out to someone.

The Wizards' season hasn't really started off as planned and they are now trying to find an identity for themselves.  Washington Wizards owner Ted Leonsis has a method of building through the draft to get young players and develop them in the years.  Such a method was used for the Washington Capitals and the method seems to be working out because right now they are powerhouses in the NHL.

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