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2006 DRAFT SELECTIONS
No. 18, No. 48

RECENT DRAFT HISTORY
2005: 49. Andray Blatche
2004: 5. Devin Harris*
32. Peter John Ramos
2003: 10. Jarvis Hayes
38. Steve Blake
* Draft Rights Traded


The Wizards' perimeter players need help down low.
Mitchell Layton/NBAE/Getty Images

2005-06:
42-40, Second Place Southeast Division
Lost in First Round to Cleveland, 4-2

Key Rotation Players Returning:
G: Gilbert Arenas
F: Caron Butler
G: Antonio Daniels
C: Brendan Haywood
F: Antawn Jamison
C-F: Michael Ruffin
C: Etan Thomas

Key Free Agents:
G: Jared Jeffries (Restricted)

Needs:
Shooter
Big Man

From the Media:
"The team's "core players," as Jordan calls them, are under contract for next season. Arenas, Antawn Jamison and Caron Butler formed the league's highest-scoring trio, and Antonio Daniels developed into a key player off the bench. Still, the Wizards lacked consistent inside scoring, ranked 21st in the league in scoring defense and had limited depth."
-- Ivan Carter, Washington Post

More Media Coverage:
Washington Post