We’re just over a week away from the NBA Draft, and though the Washington Wizards won’t be selecting a highly coveted player, there has still been some interest around the fan base regarding their second round selection. The Wizards will also have a chance to add some pieces via free agency. It should be a fun summer, Wizards fans. Here are the Wizardly Links for June 17th, 2014.
The NBA Draft is just over a week away and the Washington Wizards have gotten a good look at a large number of prospects that are expected to be available when it’s their time to choose.
Satoransky would seemingly rather be wooed than asked to perform against teens and never-have-beens in the Las Vegas, explicitly telling the Czech media that he does not want to play in the summer league, having previously played for the Wizards in 2012.
Trevor Ariza was great last season, but he doesn’t have Deng’s track record. Deng is one of the league’s best perimeter defenders, can do far more offensively than Ariza and will likely improve as a spot-up shooter with John Wall feeding him shots.
After Al Harrington joined the Wizards on a 1-year contract this past year, it was clear the Wizards wanted to give the veteran a shot in 2013-14. After that? I think they were going to let “father time” make that decision