The Top 5 Best and Worst Washington Wizards Draft Picks Since 2000

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The Top 5 Best and Worst Washington Wizards Draft Picks Since 2000
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It's still too soon to issue a final verdict on Otto Porter Jr. 

The 21-year-old played in just 37 games this season, averaging 8.6 minutes per contest. He never saw much of an opportunity behind small forwards Trevor Ariza and Martell Webster, so we'll have to wait at least another season before we can make any bold proclamations about Porter's future.

In the meantime, this franchise has left us with plenty of draft fodder since 2000.

There have been highs (John Wall), and there have been lows (Kwame Brown)—and then there's been plenty in between.

Here's a rundown of the best and worst the Washington Wizards' draft-day decisions have had to offer.

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