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Backup point guard Eric Maynor is only averaging 2.9 points per game, although he has hardly played because of the great play of John Wall.
Note: Otto Porter Jr. is completely excluded from this list since he has not played in a single game, although he is on the 15-man roster. Porter, however, could be back sooner rather than later, according to The Washington Post.
14. Garrett Temple
Temple almost had a shot to get some minutes when Bradley Beal went down, but he was passed up by the coaching staff, only playing a combined three minutes in the last two games. He's only averaging 1.6 points this season in 16 games, and that's in over 10 minutes per game. Temple is just not being productive.
13. Glen Rice Jr.
What happened to Glen Rice Jr.? After having a great summer league, Rice has completely disappeared, only getting 6.1 minutes per game. He made headlines for all the wrong reasons earlier in the year, allowing Kyrie Irving to do this to him. If Porter is able to come back, Rice will fall even further down the totem pole of bench players.
12. Eric Maynor
Part of Maynor's lack of playing times is because of how great John Wall has been playing. With Wall getting over 37 minutes per game, where does Maynor really fit into this lineup? The short answer is nowhere. Maynor hasn't done much of anything, averaging less than three points and just over two assists.
11. Chris Singleton
Singleton is finally back in the lineup after suffering a foot injury in the offseason, so he can't get much higher on this list since he's only appeared in four games. However, he showed that he can be a contributor to this team Monday night against the Orlando Magic, scoring 11 points in 24 minutes.