Suppose the lottery (David Stern) blesses the Wizards with the top pick and Anthony Davis.
Davis would be a fantastic franchise altering player, but the position he plays is already rather crowded in DC.
Since Kevin Seraphin probably has the highest value currently in the group, I would strongly consider cashing in while his value is at its highest and look to trade him for another lottery pick this year.
Say Portland, Detroit, or Toronto are pick anywhere between #7 and #10. Who would they rather have: a 22 year old Seraphin, who makes under $2 mil a season, and is contractually controllable for two more seasons or Jon Henson, maybe Perry Jones III? I'd say Seraphin comes with much less risk, yet still the huge upside factor.
With the additional mid lottery pick the Wizards could then target a SG or SF like Austin Rivers or Harrison Barnes to spread the young "wealth" around multiple positions.
Trading Seraphin might be hard to swallow as he's becoming a fascinating player to watch at the end of the season, but the question is: will his value ever be higher than what it is heading into the off season? It sure might, but there's no guarantee.
And personally the idea of Wall, Davis, and Rivers is very exciting!
Remember, when commenting on this, the idea is based on the Wizards landing Davis.
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