The Wizards weren't able to find the kind of post players they wanted in the draft this past week, so the likes of Daniel Orton will get a chance to play his way back into the NBA.
The Wizards believe finding the proper mix of kids and vets led to their successful late season push. That discovery remained in mind on draft night.
Milwaukee still owes Drew Gooden under the amnesty provision and the soon-to-be 33-year-old can keep what's called his "Early Bird" rights by re-signing with Washington.
Instead of buying out Andre Miller for $2 million, the Wizards will keep him as John Wall's backup for $4.6 million, his agent confirmed to CSN.
Ernie Grunfeld touched on the Wizards off-season plans following Thursday's draft. We didn't know at the time Martell Webster would miss the next 3-5 months.