2011 NBA Draft: Washington Wizards Interested in Drafting Another Point Guard?
The natural assumption when looking at the WashingtonWizards in the 2011 NBA draft is that they are going to be more than content totake a big man at No. 6.
Last year they went with John Wall, the prolific point guardout of Kentucky, so supplementing the 2010 draft with a big man this year seemsto make the most sense.
Enes Kanter, Jan Vesely or Jonas Valanciunas seem to bepicks that make sense for the Wizards at six, but what if all of those playershave been taken before that. It is an unlikely scenario, but one that has been considered.
Would the Wizards consider bolstering their backcourt bytaking yet another point guard, and perhaps molding them into a swingman?
If either Kemba Walker or I dare say Brandon Knight were onthe board at No. 6 why wouldn’t the Wizards consider it?
Both are explosive players that have the ability to run theswing, as well as play off the ball.
Taking two star Kentucky point guards might turn some heads,but shooting for Kemba Walker at No. 6 wouldn’t be all that farfetched.
All I’m insinuating is that a backcourt of Walker/Wall oreven Knight/Wall would probably be one of the most explosive in the NBA, and itis something worth thinking about.
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