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Jan Vesely is on his way out of the Wizards after being drafted as the No. 6 overall pick in 2011.
11. Glen Rice J, r.
Rice could turn out to be the steal of the 2013 NBA Draft, going in the second round to the Wizards after they traded picks with the Philadelphia 76ers. Rice had a solid Summer League, averaging over 11 points and three rebounds in five games. Rice is incredibly far down the depth chart at small forward, so he could see some time at shooting guard but for now he's nothing more than a project.
12. Eric Maynor
Maynor was brought in over the summer to back up John Wall at point guard, but he's been fairly underwhelming in his four years in the league. He's never averaged more than 4.2 points for a season and has already played for three different teams prior to coming to Washington. Given Wall's injury history, though, Maynor should be ready to start some games this year.
13. Garrett Temple
Temple bounced around between shooting guard and point guard, filling in for Wall and Bradley Beal when they were hurt at various points throughout the season. Even though he played in about 22 minutes per game, Temple only averaged five points and two rebounds along with only shooting 40 percent from the floor.
14. Chris Singleton
Singleton is so far down on the depth chart at this point, there's almost no way he'll see more than seven minutes per game. He'll have to fight for minutes over Nenê, Al Harrington, Trevor Booker, Jan Vesely and sometimes even Kevin Seraphin. In two years in the NBA, Singleton only averages four points and three rebounds, so don't expect to see Singleton on the court very often.
15. Jan Vesely
Vesely is probably a better player than Singleton and Temple, but because of how disappointing he's been in terms of a draft pick, he gets the last spot. Vesely is the butt of almost every joke surrounding Washington basketball, and he only shot 30 percent from the free-throw line last season. Simply put, Vesely just isn't very good.