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2015 Midseason Trade Value Rankings

During the All Star break we're evaluating each player on the Washington Wizards and ranking them based on what they'd get back in a trade at the moment.

Washington has its very own superstar again

John Wall's improvement over his career has turned him into a superstar and the Wizards' lone untouchable player.

Beal needs to let it fly more

Over the All Star break we're ranking the trade values of all 14 Wizards from bottom to top. This post takes a look at #2 on the list, Bradley Beal.

Rest has renewed Nene

After a rough start to the season, a two week break helped Nene get back to being himself on the court.

Numbers and eye test don't agree on Gortat

After a stellar performance in a contract year, Marcin Gortat appears to have regressed a bit, but has he really? The numbers may surprise you.

Paul Pierce's value is only rising for the Wizards

Paul Pierce has proven to be one of the most valuable players for the Washington Wizards this season while playing on an incredibly cheap deal.

The Wizards' Secret Weapon

Kris Humphries has erased all doubt about whether or not he could replace Trevor Booker and proven his value off the bench.

Seraphin makes strides in fifth season

Our midseason trade value series continues with a look at Kevin Seraphin, who has shown growth this year, but still hasn't cemented his role with the team beyond this season.

Otto Porter still earning Wittman's trust

Otto Porter has taken a big step forward in his second season, but the Wizards still aren't ready to unleash him against the NBA's best.

Rasual Butler's fight with Father Time

We examine whether Butler can regain his stroke from earlier in the season and whether we should be worried about his shooting slump.

Blame bench squads for Miller's struggles

Andre Miller's play has been frustrating, to the point where Garrett Temple has begun to steal away some of his minutes. We take a look at what's gone wrong for him this season.

Randy Wittman's Swiss Army Knife

The Wizards may rely on Garrett Temple too much, but don't blame him.

Can Blair find a spot in the Wizards' rotation?

DeJuan Blair has hardly played this season after the Wizards traded for him in the offseason. Is his firey attitude enough to earn him some minutes after the All-Star break?

Can the Wizards get more out of Drew Gooden?

We continue our midseason trade value series with a look at why he's struggled most of the season and if he can build on his recent success.

Midseason evaluation: Can Webster find his rhythm?

We kick off our Midseason Trade Value series with a look at Martell Webster.