The Wizards struggled this season once again, finishing the year with a 29-53 record, and rounding out the year with a six-game losing streak.
While John Wall and Bradley Beal provided the majority of the excitement for Wizards fans, it certainly wasn't enough to overshadow the glaring problems this team still has.
These weaknesses much be addressed in the offseason if Washington wants any chance of having a winning season for the first time in five years.
The more glaring the weakness, the more of a necessity it is for Washington to fix it. These weaknesses come in the form of poor play at a certain position, to all-around performance in a certain facet of the game by the roster.
Especially with the NBA draft coming up in a few months, the Wizards will have a young core to build around, but they first must recognize the main problems this team has before they can even think about contending for a playoff position.