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Could be sticking disc brake caliper(s), or sticking rear wheel cylinder(s). If one wheel locks up before the others, that would likely be the problem caliper or cylinder, since that brake wouldn't fully disengage, and would therefore be dragging (which would accelerate the wear on those brake pads or shoes, also).
When you try to start the car does the key seem stuck, not turning? Occasionally I have to turn the steering wheel just a little before the key will turn. Always try to straighten your front wheels when you park before turning off the car, this puts less strain on the locking part of the steering wheel and makes it easier to start the car next time. The serious part of a steering wheel is the air bag, do not try to disassemble the steering wheel yourself, you may want to take it to a mechanic you trust in case an interior part of your steering wheel needs replacing.
Assuming you haven't missed a wheelnut, then you can either whack the wheel with your spare wheel (tyre against tyre), or, if you're feeling brave, you can sit behind the car facing the inside of the stuck wheel and kick it off, but only if you've got the car securely supported on an axle stand.