Biggest Needs for Washington Wizards During 2014 Offseason

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Biggest Needs for Washington Wizards During 2014 Offseason
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The Washington Wizards were in the wrong place at the wrong time, matched up against a previously dominant Indiana Pacers team that had finally rediscovered its stride.

Indy wiped out the not-quite-ready Wizards in six games, sending the upstarts home with plenty to think about.

Washington should savor its 2013-14 season, considering it marked the first campaign in seven years in which it finished with a winning record. And the first-round series victory over the Chicago Bulls stands as a milestone in the Wizards' underwhelming recent history.

But these Wizards can't rest on their modest laurels for long. They've got work to do.

Key free agents are likely to command big offers, the head coach and general manager are both on the final season of their respective deals and there's a looming question about the potential of Washington's promising backcourt.

The Wizards haven't been playoff regulars in recent years, but they'd like to be in the future.

First, they'll have to address a handful of pressing offseason concerns.

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