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Washington Wizards: 5 Optimistic Predictions for Wizards in the 2012-13 Season
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The Washington Wizards have not played playoff basketball since the 2007-08 NBA season. That being said, fans should be highly excited about what that team has in store for them.

Washington stayed fairly busy this offseason, trading for Emeka Okafor and Trevor Ariza to add depth to the team. Little by little, the Wizards are piecing together what looks like a competitive team on paper, but also one that could see playoff action in a unstable Eastern Conference.

They will be led by former No. 1 draft pick John Wall, who will look to solidify himself as one of the NBA's elite point guards. A lot of Washington's success will fall right on his shoulders, but he brings his best supporting cast of players yet this season.

After drafting a potential All-Star in Bradley Beal, the Wizards have become a team to watch in the near future. With a lot of optimism heading forward, here are five predictions for Washington.

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