It's safe to say that the Washington Wizards will look completely different at the start of the 2012-13 campaign. They will be missing three out of five initial starters from last season, but have positioned themselves to be a sleeper pick for a playoff spot in the East.
That being said, Randy Witmann has a ton of work to do. Bringing in new pieces means rebuilding a proper rotation for maximum results. With a Rookie of the Year candidate and a few solid role players added, it shouldn't be a problem to create a nice quality lineup.
Washington still has some young promising talents that should see an increased role as the season moves forward. Players like Trevor Booker, Kevin Seraphin and Chris Singleton all fit well for the Wizards but must be placed properly.
Many of the moves needed to improve this team come from within the current roster. Moving guys in and out of starting spots as well as a position change could be the the minimal things needed to make this team playoff-bound.
While these tweaks will be key, there is also one thing Washington should acquire to resemble a more complete team. Let's check these moves out.