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It can’t hurt to keep an eye on a few prospects throughout the year. June will be here before we know it.
The Wizards open the second round of the draft by picking the G League power forward.
This is one very busy draft day for the Wizards!
The Knicks have the most available cap room of all NBA teams and could absorb big contracts, but it’s not like the Wizards would get much in return or if other teams would be involved.
These less-heralded names should be on the Wizards radar later in the second round or if they go undrafted.
Who could the Wizards get with the 15th pick?
The Wizards want to build on last year’s playoffs appearance, which means they must improve their three point shooting. The Gonzaga star should help right away.
The Virginia guard is someone who Washington could select with the No. 15 overall pick.
25 prospects I like in this year’s NBA Draft and what I like about them.
Richmond guard Blake Francis, who has twice worked out for the Wizards, joined the Bleav in Wizards to talk about his experience
The Tennessee guard is a ranked prospect on draft boards and could be Washington’s first round pick.
None of the five prospects are likely getting drafted in the second round, but Mark Vital is the biggest name and could be a multipositional defender on an NBA team.
There is also a combination of international and local talent in the group for Monday.
After participating in a series of "NBA Twitter" mock drafts, here are the players I selected for the Wizards in the third and fourth drafts
The 19-year-old worked out alongside Illinois guard Ayo Dosunmu Friday morning for the Washington Wizards
After participating in a series of "NBA Twitter" mock drafts, here are the players I selected for the Wizards in the first two drafts
Both guards are typically projected somewhere in the late first or early second round
Rafael Barlowe, host of the Locked On NBA Draft podcast and founder of NBA Draft Junkies, joined the Bleav in Wizards podcast for a Wizards-centric draft breakdown.
Duarte is a 3-and-D wing out of Oregon and had a strong senior season for the Ducks. He is also the highest rated prospect to come to Washington.
Three of the prospects either played college basketball or are from the Washington area.
The Wizards are bringing in players for workouts before the draft on July 29
Here is a scale to take a look at how various professional leagues are based on their quality of play, and ultimately, how to evaluate NBA Draft prospects.
The tradition? Searching for a new head coach and the draft
Here is everything you wanted to know about the Play-In tournament, how it could affect the NBA Draft Lottery, and where the Wizards fit into it.
The Wizards, who are currently 11th in terms of draft odds, should be keeping an eye on these players. Yes, the Wizards could still be a lottery team.