The Washington Wizards currently have a record of 15-45, which holds them in last place in the Southeast division and second-to-last in the Eastern Conference in front of Cleveland.
There wasn't much promise this season but there were some, including me, that believed they had the ability to make it to the playoffs. Now it seems as those dreams were just fantasies as the Wizards struggle much like they did last year and seem to put themselves back into the lottery.
Last year around this time, the Wizards had just started blowing up the roster to get themselves into rebuilding mode for the next season. This year consists of getting young talent and expiring contracts, which could be excellent although this free agent class isn't filled with the star talent like last year.
Long story short, the Wizards have a ton of expiring contracts to deal with and some players who haven't showed up on a consistent basis as expected. Let's take a look at which expiring contracts should stay on the Wizards' roster and who should take their talents to the free agency pool.