The Wizards are coming off a disappointing season where they failed to make the playoffs. They traded away their only pick at the deadline for Markieff Morris, who played better for them than for Phoenix, but may not have been worth a lottery pick. The Wizards have one of the best guard duo's in the NBA in John Wall and Bradley Beal, but Beal is going to be a restricted free agent and will likely receive a max contract. The Wizards should match, but they may look elsewhere due to Beal's injury history. Otto Porter played better this season, but needs to become more consistent and is still growing as a player. The Wizards have a good amount of cap space and will likely chase Kevin Durant. They hired his former coach, Scott Brooks, and have some solid young pieces in place for Durant to come in and take the team to the next level. The Wizards shouldn't bank on landing Durant and should have some other solid free agents on their board. They could also look to sign some undrafted players to fill out their roster. They could use some help at the C and PF positions as both Gortat and Nene are getting older.
(Updated 7/17/16) The Wizards didn't have a draft pick, but managed to pick up a couple solid players in Sheldon McClellan and Danuel House. Both are wing players who are older and have potential to make the roster after training camp. The Wizards also re-signed Bradley Beal to a monster contract. Beal is a talented player, but that is a lot of money to give to an injury prone SG, however, Durant wasn't coming home to Washington and you have to keep good players on your team when you can. Overall the Wizards offseason has been fairly quiet, but they've made some decent moves.
Estimated Cap Space
Alan Anderson SG, Jared Dudley SF, J.J. Hickson PF, Maybyner Nene PF, Ramon Sessions PG, Garrett Temple SG, and Marcus Thornton SG
Bradley Beal SG