If all the rumours about them really liking Evans were true, Curry would be a good pick since he wouldn't be useless without the ball in his hands. I don't think you want to pair a ball-dominant guard like Evans with someone like Flynn, Jennings or Rubio (unless you see one of them as by far a better talent than the others).
Also if Minnesota is serious about Jefferson and Love both starting long-term then they should use these picks to round out their potential starting lineup for the future. Balance out the roster more and don't worry about depth. This team is probably going to be very very bad next year and will have another lottery pick if depth turns out to be a huge issue.
Well, I guess it's nice that Washington doesn't have to pay salary to the fifth pick and can get some cap relief. I'm still processing this, but it seems ok so far, since Foye can share ball-handling duties with Gilberto and Miller gives us a shooter off the bench who can slide into the starting lineup if Butler, Foye, or Arenas are hurt. I really liked the idea of an Amare deal, but this is ok to me. Wish I knew more about Foye.
Washington has no need for an undersized SG. Come on son, smartenup. What's Foye value to a team like the Wizards?
He can handle the ball if Gilbert gets hurt, makes them get younger, adds depth, and gives them another shooter who can spread the floor. Washington might actually be the deepest team in the league now that they have Miller, Nick Young, Blatche, McGee, and Dominic McGuire coming off the bench. They should actually tighten things up and do another trade, imo.