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Washington Wizards Team Analysis

Here’s a closer look at Will Barton and Monte Morris

What do the Wizards’ newest additions bring to the table this season?

After dealing for Morris and Barton, do the Wizards still have the appetite for a “big swing”?

The Wizards continue to be a championship role player making factory

For the 6th straight year, at least one former Wizards player has won a title. It may be a coincidence, but it may also mean something more to the Wizards themselves.

Could Davis be a top player in the ‘22 draft class and who’s in the Wizards’ Big 3?

Here are your questions and my answers

The Wizards need a point guard, but they must also be patient

The Wizards need to not make the mistake from the past and force a move for need. Instead, this team needs to continue to build their roster, even if they do not get their future point guard right away.

Who would be the Wizards’ MVP, ROY and DPOY?

They won’t win any national awards, but here are our team winners.

The Wizards must find diamonds in the rough this offseason

The Wizards have a lot of salary tied up in just a few guys, they will need to rely on their scouting department to find them impact players on the margins.

March Mailbag: Why support the Wizards if you’re a new NBA fan, the third center question and more

Here are the questions in our March mailbag.

The Wizards’ long-term mediocrity is holding them back

The Wizards’ last five years, with Bradley Beal as their top player, have experienced a long run of mediocrity. They haven’t been good enough to make the playoffs in most of the past several seasons, but also not bad enough to get a top pick.

Revisiting our predictions at the All-Star Break

With a bit over half of the regular season in the books. this is a good time for us to re-evaluate where the Wizards are and what their trajectory is for the rest of the season.

Roundtable: Our thoughts on Wizards’ moves at the trade deadline, Part 2

Here is the second part of our roundtable!

Roundtable: Our thoughts on Wizards’ moves at the trade deadline, Part 1

Let’s review the moves, including Washington’s play for Kristaps Porzingis.

Sheppard’s not afraid to make big moves at the trade deadline

The Wizards’ President of Basketball Operations states that the only way to become championship caliber is by getting consistent postseason experience.

The Wizards’ struggles start with no clear vision

Lost in the disappointing collapse this season, is the Wizards’ front office lack of direction which has affected every aspect of this team.

Roundtable, Part 2: Is it time for the Wizards to move on from Beal?

Here’s second part of our round table on it what the Wizards need to do with their future.

Roundtable, Part 1: Is it time for the Wizards to move on from Beal?

We got the crew together to chat about whether it’s time for the Wizards to move on from their franchise guard.

Bullets Forever 3-Pt Play! How do the Wizards sort out their rotation?

Let’s chat about the rotation in Washington, which is still not truly set yet.

Grades for the Wizards midway through the season

We are slightly past the halfway point of the NBA season so this seemed like a fair point to evaluate each player’s individual performance thus far.

Mailbag: Who could make the Wizards a playoff team at the trade deadline?

Here is the first part of our mailbag where we also talk about a nickname or a new one for Bradley Beal.

Roundtable: Kuzmaniaaaaaaa!

Our staff has a roundtable discussion on scorching hot, Kyle Kuzma.

The Wizards are an elite clutch-time team. What’s behind it?

The Wizards are just a little above .500 this season.

The Wizards’ 2021 began & ended with COVID, and a lot of change in between

The Washington Wizards returned to the playoffs for the first time since 2018. But it wasn’t enough for them to stand pat with their starting backcourt of Russell Westbrook and Bradley Beal.

New Year’s Resolutions for the Wizards for 2022

With a new year, comes new resolutions. Here are some suggested resolutions for each Wizards player.

Avdija needs more minutes, Beal perhaps less

The Wizards’ 2020 first round draft pick has shown a lot of promise in his sophomore season, while the veteran star has continued to underwhelm more often than not.

Mailbag: Should Avdija play more PG for the Wizards?

Here are more of your questions for this month’s mailbag.

Mailbag: Why can’t the Mystics draft Bueckers?

Let’s go over the first questions from this month’s mailbag.

The Wizards’ rebounding schemes need revisiting

Here is some more insight on why things have gotten tougher for Washington lately.

The Wizards should reconsider whether Beal’s a long-term fit

The Wizards have lost 12 out of the last 17 games and Beal has declined, at least statistically. Can Washington really afford to lock Beal into a huge max contract?

The Wizards have a problem with their touches

A slower pace can limit the number of possessions and points given up on defense. But fewer possessions can also mean that players are stagnating on offense and not shooting the ball until later in the shot clock.

Broom & Rubinstein Converse: What do the Wizards need to give them a better chance to compete?

The Crossover: Bleav in Wizards and #SoWizards hosts talk G League, Wizards and much-much more

The Wizards’ shooting woes come with a silver lining

Washington has been ice-cold from three this season. Could that be reason for optimism?