John Wall says the Wizards are in the market for a "four man that can pick and pop" with the No. 3 pick in the NBA draft.
Washington's list of players to take a closer look at goes beyond the candidates to be taken at No. 3 overall.
The forward from UNLV is disappointed to be injured with the NBA draft approaching, but still believes he'll help a team once he recovers.
The Wizards made a big leap in the lottery but will still have to wait to see what Cleveland and Orlando do.
Despite his ankle injury, the former Terp remains confident about what he will be able to accomplish on the next level.
Team hoping NBA all-rookie first-team selection brings them some good luck.