Final First-Half Player Power Rankings for Washington Wizards

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Final First-Half Player Power Rankings for Washington Wizards
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Despite having a sub-.500 record, the Washington Wizards are still on pace to land the fifth seed in the playoffs, due in large part to the stellar play of John Wall.

Almost halfway through the NBA season, the Washington Wizards look almost exactly like what fans thought they would at the beginning of the season: a middle-of-the-pack team, who could make the playoffs if John Wall stays healthy. 

The only thing that's changed since those original predictions is how poorly other teams in the Eastern Conference have played, making the Wizards look like a favorite to make the playoffs even with a sub-.500 record. 

Washington has been arguably the most inconsistent team in the NBA this season, failing to break the .500 mark all season. They've put up two, four-game losing streaks (with a possible third coming if the team can't beat the Charlotte Bobcats Tuesday night). 

But when the Wizards are able to have consistency in the lineup when players are finally able to get and stay healthy, especially the starting five. 

So which players have been able to play in the most games and make the biggest impact? You'll just have to check out the power rankings for the first half of the 2013-14 season. 

Note: All statistics are as of Jan. 7 and are prior to the Wizards' game against the Charlotte Bobcats. 

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