From yesterday's Washing Times concerning Georgetown monster man Mike Sweetney: Most mock drafts have the 6-foot-8, 260-pound Sweetney as one of the top 16 players chosen. On Tuesday, Seattle SuperSonics general manager Rick Sund and CEO Wally Walker watched Sweetney in a private workout at McDonough Arena. The Sonics have the 12th and 14th overall picks in the June 26 draft and need a power forward and point guard. Sonics scout Bill Langloh, a former Virginia star, attended virtually every one of Georgetown's games this past season. No other NBA team, including the Washington Wizards, has more knowledge of Sweetney's game than the Sonics. "Our scouts have seen him and they like him," Sund told the Tacoma News-Tribune. "He's a player who goes to the free throw line a ton." ... . Last week Sweetney, who grew up in Oxon Hill, flew to Chicago and completed three days of physical tests consisting of strength and agility drills. A leaked confidential report indicated that Sweetney could bench press 185 pounds only three times and that his agility was near the bottom of the other big men tested. ... . ***** He benched 185 three times? He weighs 260 pounds and he could only bench 185 three times? Soccer players can do that much. If true, how significant is this? Will he be another guy who dominated smaller guys in college but gets abused in the NBA?