As you know by now, unless you tuned out sometime in 2008, the Wizards have the second-worst record in the NBA. This is because they are the dregs, you see.
But with great losing comes great draft positioning, which hasn’t meant a whole hell of a lot for the Wiz these past few years. In 2009, it meant trading the No. 5/Ricky Rubio pick for Randy Foye and Mike Miller. In ‘10, it meant hitting the jackpot and landing John Wall. And in ‘11, it meant Jan Vesely at No. 6. So, yeah, don’t get your hopes up too high, Wiz fans.
This year’s lottery seems pretty well-stocked, though, especially with college players, a handful of which are playing this weekend. Mike Prada over at Bullets Forever handicapped the top 10 prospects for the Wiz, so I’ll point you there as well as excerpting his capsules for the five guys playing in tomorrow night’s Final Four games:
1. Anthony Davis: The thing that’s amazing about Davis is that, for someone who swats so many shots, his foul rate is absurdly low. ...