Washington Wizards Player Analysis

No, Wall doesn't need to shoot less often


One piece argues that John Wall needs to shoot less for the Wizards to be better. Here's why that's not true.

Grade John Wall's season


Fresh off a max contract extension, John Wall turned in a memorable season for the Wizards as he led the franchise to the playoffs for the first time in six seasons.

Grade Martell Webster's season


The Wizards' small forward endured a difficult season, and there are serious questions about how he fits into the team's plans going forward.

Grade Garrett Temple's season


Garrett Temple was brought back on a one-year deal last offseason and has been every bit as reliable as he was the year before amid all the injuries the Wizards dealt with. Now, we evaluate his...

Grade Chris Singleton's season


The third year forward out of Florida State has faced an uphill battle ever since his solid rookie season. With another forgettable year in the books, we assess his game and whether he sticks in...

Grade Kevin Seraphin's season


The former first round selection of the Wizards had yet another disappointing season as he stayed glued to the end of Randy Wittman's bench.

Grade Glen Rice Jr's season


Washington's 2013 second round pick could not make the most out of his limited playing time this past season, but has all the tools to crack the team's rotation in year two.

Grade Otto Porter's season


The Wizards' 2013 first round pick had limited playing time during the 2013-14 season. We evaluate his performance here.

Grade Nene's season


The Big Brazilian improved his midrange game and gave Joakim Noah fits in the playoffs, but he also continued his slow offensive decline and was an embarrassing free-throw shooter.

Grade Andre Miller's season


The Professor came to D.C. in the Jan Vesely deal and helped shore up the Wizards' bench unit. We evaluate his season performance.


Grade Drew Gooden's season


Many shrugged it off as a lousy 10-day signing, but the addition of Drew Gooden proved to be an important move for the Wizards' success as they made their playoff push.

Grade Al Harrington's season


The veteran forward did not provide as much of an on-court impact as hoped because of injuries, but he was still a key voice in the locker room.

Grade Marcin Gortat's season


The Polish Hammer arrived in the Nation's Capital right before the regular season and put together a very strong season. Can the Wizards live without his contributions, or is he an essential piece?

Grade Trevor Booker's season


The fourth-year man from Clemson emerged as a viable rotation big man this season after two injury-plagued years, but did he do enough to prove that he should be re-signed?

Grade Bradley Beal's season


With the season officially behind us, it's time to take stock in what the Wizards have accomplished this year. We continue our player evaluations with Bradley Beal.

Grade Trevor Ariza's season


With the season officially behind us, it's time to take stock in what the Wizards have accomplished this year. Our player evaluations begin with Trevor Ariza.

This is why you pay stars


It doesn't really matter that John Wall got an early max contract anymore.

The team meeting that saved the season


New details have emerged about how John Wall helped get the Wizards season on track after a 2-7 start.


Beal's dagger: A video breakdown

Bradley Beal hit the biggest shot of last night's game, but he got plenty of help from his teammates. We break it down.

Bradley Beal's sampling period


What kind of a player is Bradley Beal? Is he a 3-point specialist? Is he a backup point guard? Which talents are the Wizards encouraging him to sample?

Professor Miller has paid off so far


Andre Miller was brought to Washington to rejuvenate the Wizards' abysmal second unit. So far, he's done just that.

Don't send Otto to the D-League


Why the NBA's Development League isn't the best place for Otto Porter to get on track after a rough rookie season.

Time for Booker, Seraphin to shine


Restricted free agency approaches as the franchise gears up for the playoffs for the first time since the 2007-08 season, and the stakes couldn't be higher for the Wizards' two young big men.

Surviving Nene's absence


Nene will be out of action for the next six weeks due to a sprained left MCL. How will the Washington Wizards adjust until he returns?

Farewell to the NBA's Tobias Funke


Looking back at Jan Vesely's time in D.C., it's clear that he was the basketball version of one of Arrested Development's funniest characters.

How Miller fits in


Even at the age of 38, Andre Miller has still proven to be a productive point guard capable of running an efficient offense. But how does he fit in Washington, and where might he struggle? We break...

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