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Wall Could Be the Answer for Wizards

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Finally, the Washington Wizards get to make the pick . . . not hope and then pick, or wait and then pick, or pick and then frown. They won't have to sit there, mortified, as Indiana takes Reggie Miller one pick before the Bullets went on the clock, and get forced into taking Muggsy Bogues who stayed in Washington for one measly season. They aren't sliding from second, where they ought to pick, to fifth. They're not getting somebody who's too fat or too tall or too short or too young. They're getting the guy they want, they're getting their guy, a franchise player, presumably a future all-star.

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