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Wizards Team Overview

2010-11 record: 23-59

Fifth place, Southeast Division

Did not make the playoffs


Round: 1

#6 : Jan Vesely

Round: 2

#34 : Shelvin Mack

Areas of Strength:
If they re-sign Nick Young, the Wizards will have an intriguing backcourt developing, with Young, John Wall and Jordan Crawford, a steal from the Hawks. All three can score in a bunch.

Needs Work:
They were almost dead last in scoring. As one of the younger nucleuses in the league, what the Wizards need is time to mature and reduce their many mistakes. A big rebounder would be another plus.

Two Stats That Matter:
16.3 --
That's how many points Crawford averaged in his 26 games with the Wizards.

69 -- John Wall didn't play a full 82-game rookie schedule, and if his body turns out to be brittle, the Wizards are in trouble.

The Way To Go:
The Wizards probably won't find an NBA-ready player like Wall this time in the draft, but should draft high enough to snare a serviceable big man to help McGee.

2010-11 Team Stats:
Offensive: 99.6 (28th)
Defensive: 107.2 (23rd)

Players Under Contract:
G: John Wall
G: Jordan Crawford
F: Rashard Lewis
F: Andray Blatche
F: Kevin Seraphin
C: JaVale McGee

Free Agents:
G: Nick Young (club option)
G/F: Josh Howard (unrestricted)
G/F: Maurice Evans (unrestricted)
F: Al Thornton (unrestricted)
F: Yi Jianlian (club option)

-- Shaun Powell

Recent Draft History
2010 2009 2008 2007 2006
1. John Wall 32. Jermaine Taylor 18. JaVale McGee 16. Nick Young 18. Oleksiy Pecherov
30. Lazar Hayward 47. Bill Walker 47. Dominic McGuire 48. Vladimir Veremeenk
35. Nemanja Bjelica

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