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Wizards’ draft possibilities not limited to No. 3 overall pick
Question of the Day
The Wizards’ current roster only has two true power forwards, Kevin Seraphin and Trevor Booker — who took over the starting job when Seraphin had a calf injury. Backcourt depth is a dicier situation. At the point, the Wizards have Wall as well as impending free agents A.J Price and Leandro Barbosa. And that’s about it.
Of course, the second round of the NBA draft is highly unpredictable, and the Wizards could choose from a swath of players or even trade away their picks. Any route the Wizards choose to go in the second round, they should pick up a few bodies to come off the bench and give Wittman more options throughout the season.
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