The Washington Wizards' 2013 season was full of surprises and disappointments—well, mostly disappointment.
After finishing below .500, yet again, Wizards fans are left wanting more, looking hopefully toward October.
It wasn't all bad news for the Wiz, however. A number of players proved that they are ready to perform for the team in the future.
These players came from all sorts of background, giving the team hope that they have not only a young base to build around but also veterans who can bring some experience to the team.
These surprises were truly something that the team was not expecting heading into this season, therefore John Wall is not a surprise.
The disappointments on the team were players expected to perform well for the team, only to fall flat and hold the team back from growing this season. That's not to say these disappointments can't turn into surprises next season, but the 2012-13 season was certainly bad news for them.