Report Card Grades for Washington Wizards' 2014 Offseason So Far

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Report Card Grades for Washington Wizards' 2014 Offseason So Far
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The Wizards retained two key pieces to their success last year, Andre Miller and Marcin Gortat, and are still working on other moves in the offseason to improve the roster.

If LeBron James had chosen to stay with the Miami Heat, then the Heat would be the easy favorites to win the Eastern Conference once again. 

However, with James choosing to go to the Cleveland Cavaliers instead, the East is wide open—at least for this year.

The Cavaliers are still a year or two away from being ready to make a run to the Finals, and the Indiana Pacers dropped off in the second half of last year—and Lance Stephenson may not even return

Especially if Stephenson leaves the Pacers, any team has a good chance of winning the East. Ernie Grunfeld and the Washington Wizards are taking advantage of that opening this offseason, making a number of moves already to improve the roster. 

Although, we're still far away from all the free agents finding their new homes or staying in their current ones. 

But at this point, let's look at what moves the Wizards have made, and how much closer they move Washington to being a real competitor for the Eastern Conference title this year. 

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