Based on their current roster, the Wizards first round options can be brokendown into three simple categories: right (Bradley Beal), wrong (Andre Drummond)or indifferent (just about anyone else).
My recent draft profile on Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and his potential fit with the Wizards somehow made its way toLarry Vaught, the award-winning sportswriter for The Advocate Messenger and knower of
The buzz word around the Washington Wizards the past few weeks has been shooter. That's what the Wizards need in this year's NBA draft, which takes place on Thursday.
On Thursday, Georgetown center Henry Sims, Kansas point guard Tyshawn Taylor along with two international prospects worked out for the Wizards.
We know the Wizards own the third overall selection in the 2012 NBA Draft - and their likely options.