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"Many have said this draft class was a weak one, but Ernie Grunfeld, the scouting team and the...

"Many have said this draft class was a weak one, but Ernie Grunfeld, the scouting team and the Wizards front office made some very strong picks last night. All three players — Jan Vesely, Chris Singleton and Shelvin Mack — hold the promise to contribute early on. Vesely is an explosive player who clearly has a ton of passion. Singleton should fortify our defense immediately and Shelvin Mack is already well-acquainted and clearly comfortable playing in the Verizon Center after his great showing here in March. The team is blessed that each young man was still available. The road ahead will not be easy, but through hard work and dedication, the Wizards will have success. Ted Leonsis has the resolve and ability to steer the team in the right direction, and I look forward to watching the new players develop under the guidance of Coach Saunders and establish rapport with each other and their new teammates. The upcoming possibilities are exciting and I wish the new draftees and all of Wizards nation the best of luck in the coming years."

Irene Pollin's statement on the Wizards' draft.

2011 NBA Draft: Welcome To The Crucible, Where Contenders Are Forged

No blade is ready for battle before it's tempered, and there's been so little competition while the team clears the old guard out that they word 'entitlement' has crept in when discussing our youth. No more, the draft begins the Wall era in earnest; say hello to 'The Crucible.'

NBA Draft Links: Jan Vesely's Girlfriend Steals the Show

Attending the draft night was an exceedingly weird event, especially watching it unfold as a spectator rather than a guy with backstage access. Suffice to say that if you are an NBA fan, its...

Washington Wizards NBA Draft Grades: A Good Draft, Maybe Great

Grading the Wizards' 2011 NBA Draft performance.

POLL: Grade The Wizards' 2011 NBA Draft

Jan Vesely at 6. Chris Singleton at 18. Shelvin Mack at 34. Grade time! (I'll be back with mine a bit later).

Washington Wizards Select Shelvin Mack With No. 34 Pick In 2011 NBA Draft

Washington Wizards Select Shelvin Mack With No. 34 Pick In 2011 NBA Draft

"Celebrate? I'm just going to go mark off the teams that passed me up. Probably just cuss them out...

"Celebrate? I'm just going to go mark off the teams that passed me up. Probably just cuss them out in my head."

Chris Singleton, when asked what he's going to do to celebrate being drafted.

@Trevor_Booker: Confused face

@Trevor_Booker: Confused face

http://twitter.com/#!/Trevor_Booker, following Wizard's pick at #18

Washington Wizards Select Chris Singleton With No. 18 Pick In 2011 NBA Draft

Washington Wizards Select Chris Singleton With No. 18 Pick In 2011 NBA Draft

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