Jun 14, 2011 11:05 AM by Alan Cutler
It's kind of surprising to see that Washington has a workout scheduled with Enes Kanter on Friday.
Unless Washington makes a trade, most of the NBA draft experts don't expect the Kanter to be available with the 6th pick.
Kanter has made it known that he'd like to play with his friend John Wall.
The 19-year-old who never played college ball for Kentucky because the NCAA decided he violated their eligibility rules, has already worked out for Cleveland, Minnesota, Utah and Toronto.
"I think they know he's not going to be there," Max Ergul, Kanter's agent told the Washington Post. "They need to move up," Ergul said of the Wizards.
"It's my job to make my kid available and accessible to very good franchises with new ownership and a good front office trying to do a job for the fans. It's my job to help their cause. They want to get to know the kid a little bit more, so they can go back and make some major decisions if they need to."
NBADraft.net has Kanter going to Cleveland with the fourth pick in the NBA draft, which is June 23rd.