10 Bold Predictions for Washington Wizards' Comeback Season

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10 Bold Predictions for Washington Wizards' Comeback Season
Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE
John Wall

The Washington Wizards will enter the 2012-13 season with a revamped roster, including the additions of rookie Bradley Beal, lockdown defender Trevor Ariza and bruiser Emeka Okafor.

For the first time since the "Big Three" era—which was led by the triumvirate of Caron Butler, Antawn Jamison and the infamous Gilbert Arenas—the future in Washington looks bright. This year will inspire hope in a city that has never experienced true success in regards to basketball since the franchise was called the Bullets.

While those three acquisitions will surely help bring change to a weak basketball culture present in Washington, John Wall will certainly be the leader of this resurgence. The former Kentucky star is one of the most promising point guard prospects in the entire league. 

Obviously, coach Randy Wittman and the Washington brass made an effort to surround Wall with quality talent. Gone are the days where the young guard would have to rely on the likes of JaVale McGee, Nick Young and Andray Blatche to finish off his passes and generate quality shots.

The city of Washington D.C. should be excited for what is in store for this season. Wall and company will shock the NBA community due to their competitiveness and talent level.

Here are 10 bold predictions for Washington's comeback season.

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