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Glen Rice Jr. has been more involved in the Wizards' game plan with Otto Porter Jr. injured but is making the most of his opportunity.
15. Jan Vesely
Vesely has done virtually nothing to show that he is worthy of anything more than the last spot. Although he's a decent defensive asset to have off the bench, Vesely can't do anything on offense. In 30 minutes against the Chicago Bulls earlier in the preseason, Vesely went 1-for-5 from the floor but did register three blocks. For now, Vesely doesn't seem to be the answer at power forward for Washington.
14. Chris Singleton
While Singleton plays every once in a while at power forward, he's primarily a small forward. At that position, he is fourth on the depth chart and is almost as low at power forward. In 57 games last season, Singleton barely broke 38 percent field-goal shooting and shot less than 60 percent from the charity stripe. At this point, he isn't more than a plug-in guy for the Wizards.
13. Garrett Temple
Temple is the primary backup shooting guard unless Martell Webster is moved over from small forward but wouldn't fill that role on any other team. Temple is a career 39.6 percent field-goal shooter, which would explain why he's played on six different teams in three seasons. Although he started 36 games for the Wizards at guard, he's a less talented player than most of the players on the roster.
12. Glen Rice Jr.
By the end of training camp, Rice could move further up this list. With fellow rookie Otto Porter Jr. out of the lineup with an injury, Rice has gotten plenty of opportunities in the preseason. He tied the game with a last-second putback in the first preseason game and most recently scored eight points in 16 minutes against the Miami Heat. Keep an eye on Rice, as he could become a huge steal for the Wizards.
11. Eric Maynor
Maynor was a good signing for the Wizards in the offseason and is an upgrade at backup point guard over A.J. Price. But should John Wall miss time, fans shouldn't feel particularly comfortable about Maynor starting. In his four years in the NBA, he's only averaged 4.5 points on 40 percent shooting, and the Wizards are his fourth team. He's not a terrible player, but he's also not incredibly effective on offense outside of his passing ability.