By Dave Daniels @AllDave_AllDay on April 22, 2014
The Washington Wizards got off to a pretty decent start against the Chicago Bulls on Sunday, but they still have a long ways to go in order to get to advance to the second round. As a DMV native, I have to say that the absence from the playoffs was pretty unbearable, but at least they made things interesting in the Eastern Conference this season. Here are five things that they will address once the offseason arrives for John Wall's squad.
Randy Wittman's winning percentage has been pretty laughable, and it is even more of a joke that he is still the coach of the Washington Wizards. It would be surprising if he still has this job two years from now.
Is first team All NBA too ambitious for John Wall? I say no, but we will have to see if the North Carolina native can continue to improve his game. He showed some serious swag at the Dunk contest, but the format was kind of screwed up unfortunately.
Bradley Beal did not shoot well against the Bulls in game 1, but it would not surprise me to see him branch out in his next season. The player he got compared to a lot before the draft was Ray Allen, and if Beal can live up to that standard it would be a pretty good benchmark.
Nene's comments about religion after his latest game may have been a bit controversial. However, we have to understand that he comes from a completely different culture, and we can all enjoy the playoff threat that Nene has become.
I have wanted to become the GM of the Wizards for some time, but they have still not called me for some reason. Goodness knows that their current manager is not doing a great job, and I wish that the moves of the past could have been a bit more intelligent.
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