Now Singleton is expected to go anywhere from the late lottery to 20th, so six might seem to be a tad high, since he might very well be around when the Wizards draft at 18th. But the assistant GM countered that Singleton wouldn’t last that long and the Wizards should scoop him at the first opportunity. "Look," he said, "the Wizards need help on defense. You’d have [JaVale] McGee, [John] Wall and Singleton, length and athleticism at center, point guard and the wing. Defensively, they’d be tough."