Washington Wizards: Players in the Draft That Can Fulfill the Wizards' SF Need

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Washington Wizards: Players in the Draft That Can Fulfill the Wizards' SF Need
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When people look at normal lottery teams they tend to have the same reaction when it comes to the future, either the team needs more players or they just suck.

The Wizards are actually a team that may very well have it's starting lineup for the future with the exception of the small forward position.  Last year the Wizards drafted their point guard for the future after drafting the most likely center of the future in JaVale McGee in the 2008 draft and scorer of the future in Nick Young in the 2007 draft.

Andray Blatche is still a big question mark as to whether or not he has the work ethic to get better and help this team at least reach a playoff berth.  One of the biggest holes the Wizards must fill this off-season is the depth and future of the small forward position.  This past season the Wizards had numerous starting lineups of different small forwards from Josh Howard to Larry Owens, who was called up from the D-League.

The Wizards need to get a young piece that isn't injury prone and can play the position for long term being that this team is so young.  Here are some possible players the Wizards could draft.

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