Immediate Need: Offensive-Minded Wing
Secondary Need: Above-the-Rim Center
Like most teams drafting in the lottery, the Wizards are missing a wing who can create his own offense.
A team's point guard, especially if he's young, should rarely be the primary scoring option, which John Wall currently is.
And like most teams looking for a wing, they'll start with Anthony Bennett and Otto Porter, but they should also be targeting Michigan's Glenn Robinson III.
Robinson is a dynamite athlete with loads of long-term potential and would be a reliable finishing target for Wall in the half court or transition. Shabazz Muhammad fits the bill as well, but I'm not sure he possesses Robinson's long-term upside.
The Wizards could also use a center, who unlike Nene Hilario and Emeka Okafor, can play above the rim to give them some easier baskets and better paint protection.
Alex Len, Cody Zeller and Mason Plumlee should all be options here as well for filling the need as an offensive-minded wing.