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Washington Wizards Offseason Plan - Added A Nice Young Talented Guard(Kevin Porter Jr) On Their Core & A Decent Back-Up Center


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+2 players ($10.2m) +1 pick,
Cap Impact - $5.6M

+ 0  Wins

+31.62  MPG

-0.95  Off.

+0.79  Def.



+2 players ($15.9m),
Cap Impact + $9.0M

+1  Wins

-18.77  MPG

+0.70  Off.

+0.11  Def.



+1 pick,
Cap Impact - $3.3M

-1  Wins

-12.85  MPG

+0.25  Off.

-0.90  Def.

Wizards Trade Deals

  • Wizards Sent Delon Wright, Anthony Gill, and a 2030 Frp Top 20-Protected (Via Warriors) To The Rockets For Kevin Porter Jr

  • Wizards Sent a 2027 Srp (Via Warriors) To The Bulls For Andre Drummond

Trade Explanation


  • The Front Office Traded For A 23 Year Old 6'4 Explosive Guard. Kpj Would Be A Great Fit For The Team, He Is Young & Can Possibly Form A Great Future Backcourt With Poole. I Mean, The Wizard Are A Tanking Team Currently, So Why Not Add Another Young Talent For The Future? Kpj Is A Very Lethal Talented Offensive Player, Last Season With The Rockets, He Averaged 19 PPG, 6 APG With 56% TS. He Has A Nice Scoring Arsenal, Can Finish At The Rim, He Is A Crafty Rim Attacker And Very Explosive, He Is Making 65% Of His Shots Around The Rim With 185+ Attempts. He Can Score In The Midrange Too And Is A Very Nice 3pt Shooter, Especially His Corner Threes. He Is Making 48% Of His Corners Which Is Pretty Elite. Basically, He Can Just Score In All Three Levels. His Efficiency Is Pretty Average Although He Still Need Some More Work Especially In The Inside. Well, He Did Improve His Overall Percentages Compared To His Previous Seasons, Hence, I Believe That Kpj Can Upgrade His Efficiency Even More As His Career Goes on. Furthermore, He Can Play Off The Ball And Is A Nice Distributor, His Turnovers Are A Little Problematic Though. But, I Do Him Lessening It If He Really Well Developed and Matured His Offensive Game, It Is Pretty Normal For A Young Volume Player To Do That So Yeah. In The Other Side Of The Floor Which Is The Defensive End, He Is Good And A Positive. He Is A Versatile On-Ball Stopper That Can Play Lockdown Defense. He Can Block Some Shots At The Rim As Well With His Athleticism And Length. Arguably Been The Rockets Best Defender. Again, Kpj Would Honestly Be A Great Fit For The Wizards, That Can Upgrade Their Core Even More. The Front-Office Also Traded For A Solid Back-up Center (Drummond) Since Their Center Depth Is Pretty Weak With Gafford & Muscala Only. Can See Drummond Being A Decent Back-Up For Gafford. Drummond Is An Awesome Rebounder, Can Play Defense Around The Rim And Be A Threat In The Paint. He Can Be An Elite Lob Guy, An Excellent Rim Runner And Can Be A Nice Pick & Roll Partner For Playmakers.


  • They Got A Quality Role Player And A Protected First In Return For KPJ, I Honestly Think That The Rockets Need To Move On From Kpj. With So Many Inconsistent Volume Scorers On The Team Like Fvv, Green, Jabari, And Brooks. Then Upcoming Rookies Like Thompson And Whitemore Who Would Rise As A Volume Scorer As Well, I Can See Kpj's Role Will Be Overall Useless/Lessen This Upcoming Season & In The Forseeable Future Which I See Kpj Being Unsatisfied, His Fit In The Team Is Also A Heavy Question Especially With Green. Again, For Me Rockets Need To Move On From Kpj. In Return, Rockets Did Receive A Nice 2 Way Guard, Delon Wright. Who Can Still Contribute For The Team & Rockets Did Also Got An Extra First(Protected). This Deal Is Honestly Would Be Fair For The Rockets If You Ask Me.


  • Bulls Frees More Roster Spot By Trading Drummond, I Don't Really See The Front Office Valuing Drummond That Much. They Were Able To Get A Nice Second From The Wizards In Return.

Projected Starters

Pg: Kpj

Sg: Poole

Sf: Deni

Pf: Kuzma

C: Gafford

Projected Bench

Pg: Jones/Butler

Sg: Kispert/Shamet

Sf: Coulibaly/Davis

Pf: Gallinari/Pbj

C: Drummond/Muscala