For the Washington Wizards, the 2012-13 season should be one of great potential. If each young player can continue developing as an individual and teammate, we could see them take giant leaps in becoming an actual playoff contender.
As of now, this Washington team has a nice combination of experienced role players and budding projects who should mesh pretty well together. With most of the focus this season on creating an identity, the Wizards should make improving these young guys a top priority.
With John Wall and Bradley Beal, Washington has the right pieces in play to throw together one of the most memorable back courts in recent memory. Throw in developing big men Kevin Seraphin and Trevor Booker, and you create a great youthful core with plenty to look forward to.
As for this season, let's check out what the Wizard's young players must improve to reach their full potential.