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Wizards gearing up to make a play?

In the NBA, you need superstars to be true contenders. Usually, at least 2. LeBron/Wade, Kobe/Howard(Shaq), Westbrook/Durant, etc. Oftentimes, these "superstar" players go to new teams as a result of trades, usually in exchange or several young prospects and/or picks. A team like the Wizards would most likely need to trade for a big name player as DC is not yet a hot free agent destination, although depending on how this year plays out that could change. Washington also has several young promising players that cold be packaged in a major transaction (Booker, Seraphin, Vesely, Crawford, etc.) What do you guys think? Are the Wizards in position to make a play for the next big name player who gets frustrated with his current team? Does the team have enough pieces to be an attractive business partner with a team with a disgruntled superstar?


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