Initial Report Card Grades for Every Key Washington Wizards Player

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Initial Report Card Grades for Every Key Washington Wizards Player
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Nene and Marcin Gortat have been two of the more productive Wizards this season, working well as a power forward/center combo.

After heading into the season being expected to answer problems from last year and make the playoffs, the Washington Wizards have only ended up with questions so far in 2013-14. 

Between Bradley Beal's recently announced leg injury that will keep him out at least two weeks (per Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today), John Wall's up-and-down play and the overall poor performance of the bench, fans have begun to question how far this team can actually go this season. 

Surprisingly, the offense has managed to score enough points to get the Wizards to a 6-8 record as of Tuesday night, and this can be attributed to 10 specific players on the roster. However, it's important to look at how these 10 guys are playing and what they need to improve upon if Washington has any hopes of getting to .500 or better. 

Some of the players with higher grades on this list don't necessarily have the best statistics on the team, but rather they have contributed more to the overall team performance (which, in the Wizards' case, is essentially the starting five). 

 

All stats courtesy of ESPN.com and accurate as of Nov. 27.

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