Washington Wizards Free Agent Targets: Five Available Big Men

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Jeff Adrien, career averages: 4.6 points, 4.3 rebounds, .5 blocks, 47% FG%

Like the rest of the free agents I’ve mentioned, Jeff Adrien has bounced around the league. It seemed like he’d find a home with the Milwaukee Bucks or New Orleans Pelicans, but both teams ultimately opted to go in different directions.

Adrien averaged a career-high 11 points and 8 rebounds with the Bucks in 2014. He was a regular contributor in their rotation and is looking to make his way back to the league.

Adrien is physical, rebounds well and can knock down the open 15 foot jump shot.

With players like Sims and Adrien available, I’m unsure why the Washington Wizards decided to sign Ryan Hollins, who they’ve used sparingly despite not having any big bodies on the roster.

Adrien is the most intriguing name on the list. If he doesn’t end up signing a lucrative deal overseas, Ernie Grunfeld should check on his availability. Signing someone like Adrien for the veteran minimum has “steal” potential.

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Who do you think the Washington Wizards should sign to fill the void at the front court? Should they stick with Hollins or should they pursue another free agent?