The Washington Wizards have a long history of drafting local NBA prospects, so it's only fitting that they would be one of the first teams to give Greivis Vasquez a workout.
The Wizards announced Friday that Vasquez would be one of six players to work out for the team on Monday. Vasquez joins Mississippi State's Jarvis Varnado, New Mexico's Darington Hobson, UTEP's Derrick Caracter, Gonzaga's Matt Bouldin and Michigan State's Raymar Morgan for the workout. Morgan, of course, was a member of the Michigan State team that knocked the Terps out of the NCAA Tournament.
The Wizards are crowded at point guard right now, with Gilbert Arenas under contract, Shaun Livingston a free agent and John Wall likely to be the No. 1 pick, so they might not be the best fit for Vasquez. Then again, with Vasquez's versatility, he could probably fit in anywhere.