Drew Gooden


Four wild days of NBA free agency are in the books.


The conventional wisdom, based on what the Wizards have done so far in free agency, is that they'll be moving towards a smaller team that plays faster and shoots more three-pointers.


When free agency opens, the bigger names or priorities for teams get taken care of first before working their way down the list.


Free agency opens in less than 24 hours, and the Wizards don't have a lot of wiggle room. Aside from the bi-annual and mid-level exceptions, they also have a pair of trade exceptions.