Unless the Wizards are able to find a way to move up in tonight's NBA draft -- that would seem unlikely given their lack of assets other than future picks and commitment to keeping Bradley Beal --
The NBA Draft tips off in less than 24 hours from Brooklyn. By this time tomorrow we'll know whether the Minnesota Timberwolves select Karl-Anthony Towns No.
Perhaps the Wizards and Clippers aren't just battling each other for Paul Pierce next season after all.
The process of evaluating potential draft picks is done after the best group of six prospects, led by R.J. Hunter of Georgia State, stopped through Verizon Center on Tuesday.