If the litany of reports are true that the Cavaliers have soured on Nerlens Noel, in favor of Maryland center Alex Len, the Wizards could face a difficult predicament with who to select with the No. 3 pick in the 2013 NBA Draft,
Thursday marks the day of this year’s NBA draft, where 60 young men will get drafted to play in the NBA. While everyone knows about the big names out there, such as Nerlens Noel, Alex Len, Otto Porter, and Victor Oladipo, there are numerous guys being projected as second round picks that could end up having some of the more noteworthy careers from this draft class.
The 2013 NBA Draft kicks off tomorrow and here is our list of potential picks, what each teams weaknesses are and what voids need to be filled.
Former NBA 3-point specialist Wally Szczerbiak provided some clarity to what the Wizards should do with the No. 3 pick in the draft, calling Georgetown’s Otto Porter the “perfect fit” for Washington, before immediately clouding the conversation again.
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Georgetown star Otto Porter admitted after completing his workout with the Wizards Friday, that although he still has aspirations of being drafted No. 1 overall, he’d feel “very comfortable” playing with John Wall and Bradley Beal in the nation’s capital.
The Washington Wizards vaulted from the No. 8 spot to third in the NBA lottery, with the Cleveland Cavaliers once again getting the top pick.
Forward Chris Singleton says this season’s Washington Wizards would have been “a sight to see” — if they could have stayed healthy.
Georgetown’s Otto Porter will announce Monday he is declaring his eligibility for the NBA draft according to multiple reports. Lanky University of Maryland center Alex Len has already packed his bags for the pros.
Chris Broussard of ESPN joined the Mike Wise Show to share his thoughts on the NBA Draft.