based on BNIE's most recent article, the Wizards have 5 players competing for minutes at the SF slot - Booker, Lewis, Vesely, Singleton, and Owens. Booker, Lewis, and Vesely could also see time at PF, which still seems to be Blatche's to lose (much to my chagrin). Do you guys see the Wizards keeping all these guys once (if) training camp and the season starts? Is someone on the chopping block? Who do yall think? None of these guys seems to be a true SF, except Singleton - who has some pretty large holes in his game. Lewis is not part of the long range plan, but with his contract is basically immovable for the next year or two. Booker seems to be confused at the drafting of Singleton (via his tweet on the matter) and did not have a very good rookie year oscillating between PF and SF. Owens essentially fills that bench role. Vesely is tall for a SF and lacks the ball handling and shot for a SF, yet seems to be too thin and weak to be a PF. Either way I don't see him starting anytime soon. How's FLip gonna shake out a forward rotation out of these 5 ( or 6 including Blatche) guys?