And now for a statistic that everybody loves to hate, the PER. After two games, here are the PERs for the starters:
McGee - 22.1
Wall - 15.7
Lewis - 12.2
Crawford - 4.4
Blatche - 2.1
Here are the PERs for some of the bench players
Young - 32.1 (highest among SGs in the league)
Singleton - 11.6
Booker - 1.2
The good news is that Young and Singleton could be moved to the starting line-up. The bad news is that the starters would then have to play 48 minutes a game for the Wizards to be competitive.
Actually Booker should play better, and Vesely might bring something. But the Wizard should put all of their forwards on the block to get one really good 3 or 4 (even if it ends up being another high draft choice).
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