Washington Wizards: Midseason Report and Grades

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Washington Wizards: Midseason Report and Grades
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As the Washington Wizards approach the halfway mark of their 2013-14 season, some players have taken a step forward while some have regressed.

Sitting just under .500, the Wizards have yet to gain a winning record at any point this season. In fact, Washington has not held a winning record since it began 2-1 in the 2009-10 season.

With 41 games remaining, each player will be assessed for his performance throughout the season's first half. Parameters will include the player's level of production as well as fulfillment of individual role and intangibles such as hustle, effort, value added and chemistry added.

Grading will go as follows:

A - Player has exceeded expectations and is an integral part to his team.

B - Player has been a pleasant surprise and an above-average performer.

C - Player has met expectations.

D - Player has not met expectations, but there's still hope.

F - Player is too far gone and has become a liability. 

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