If the Wizards land the No. 1 pick, Griffin is a no-brainer. And Rubio appears to be a lock at No. 2. Washington has a 35.16 percent chance of landing one of the top two picks, so is it Griffin, Rubio or bust? Not necessarily. According to a high-ranking league executive familiar with the Wizards' front office thinking, Washington could use the third pick to draft a player like Hill or possibly Jennings or Curry. But if they get the fourth or fifth pick, they're more likely to try to trade it as part of a package deal.Hopefully the Wizards won't end up picking lower than second, but interesting nonetheless.