Washington Wizards Land Top Pick In 2010 Draft, Options Abound

May 18th, 2010 by Matthew Brown Leave a reply »
It seems like a lifetime ago that the Washington Wizards held the No. 1 overall pick in the NBA Draft.

While some may have had to choke back tears (or vomit) in recalling the ill-fated Kwame Brown pick, rest assured this year's draft class is nothing like that of 2001.

On just a 10 percent chance, the Wizards landed the No. 1 overall pick in June's draft.

The Wizards can't possibly miss on two top picks in less than 10 years, can they?

Hopefully, the answer to that question is a resounding "No!" from the Washington fan base, but they're smart enough to know that nothing is certain.

Even with talent like John Wall, Evan Turner, DeMarcus Cousins, Wesley Johnson, and others, who were bred to be NBA stars.

One would hope that the Wizards don't have that kind of luck, but their draft track record has been nothing short of awful over the last decade or so. But this is a time for positivity, especially with the talent they have to choose from this year.


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