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I think they could possibly be a pretty good team this next year and in the future. It looks like wall and mcgee are going to be a good combo. I dont understand what they are going to do with heinrich and arenas tho. either one of those guys is better at the point than the 2 but who is going to play? are they going to be able to get anything for arenas if they trade him? are both blatche and mcgee going to start? whats going on with this team? i really feel like they dont have a very developed identity.


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Gilbert is gonna be fine at

Gilbert is gonna be fine at SG i starting 5 will be
Wall
Arenas
Thornton
Blatche
Mcgee
Kirk is the 6th man Yi Young and Singleton will get 10-15min

I think we can go for 7th 8th seed the east is top heavy but the bottom half is up for grabs

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Both Blatche and McGee will

Both Blatche and McGee will start. Blatche will play the 4 and McGee will play the 5.

Hinrich will get a lot f playing time and will get playing me at both the 1 and 2. If the Wizards keep Arenas, he will start at SG and might play some PG when Wall needs to take a rest.

If they trade Arenas, they won't be able to get as much as they would have a few years ago before the injuries and the suspension. They might be able to get a few big expiring contracts and some young talent.

This team is in the rebuilding mode. After this year, this team can have a complete roster overhaul with the only person fully guaranteed to stay is Wall.

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Is Singleton still on the roster.

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Yea i know he was a FA but he

Yea i know he was a FA but he is still listed on the site so I guess he resigned

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They have a promising future. They need to rid of Arenas eventually. John Wall has a lot of developing to do before they can be considered legitimate contenders. However, they are in the Eastern Conference so maybe 30 wins will secure them a spot.

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Singleton was not re-signed.

Singleton was not re-signed. The 5 starters are Wall, Arenas, Thornton, Blatche, and Mcgee. Depending on how deep they want their rotation their main backups are Hinrich, Nick Young, Yi Jianlian, and Trevor Booker. Kevin Seraphin, Cartier Martin, Hilton Armstrong, and Lester Hudson all have a chance to work into that rotation. They really need another SF and I am puzzled they haven't re-signed Josh Howard.

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Howard tore his ACL and is

Howard tore his ACL and is expected to miss several months, so the Wizards declined his option. That's why he doesn't have a job at the moment.
I read somewhere, (Don't remember where or I'd post a link for you) that David Aldridge reports that the Knicks are making a pitch to Howard.

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