When the Wizards drafted last season, they landed Bradley Beal at No. 3.
The Washington Wizards didn't get the No. 1 overall pick in Tuesday’s draft lottery, but they improved five spots to move up to No. 3 overall.
Where Cody Zeller lands come the June 27 draft is anyone’s guess, but the post player from Indiana is intriguing enough of a prospect for the Wizards who interviewed him last week at the combine.
The time is up for Bradley Beal to resume basketball-related activities, but he has yet to be cleared by the Wizards.