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The Washington Wizards finally made their highly-anticipated return to the postseason and didn't disappoint, managing to win a series over the Chicago Bulls before falling short against the Indiana Pacers.
The Wizards appear to be on an upward trajectory as John Wall and Bradley Beal continue to grow and gain experience, forming one of the top backcourts in the league.
Given the fact that Miami has been dealt a huge blow with LeBron James returning to Cleveland, many would expect the Wizards to step forward and win the Southeast Division this year.
However, there is some concern in the low post. Marcin Gortat is coming off the best season of his career, but it remains to be seen whether he can keep it up. A center on the wrong side of 30, especially one coming off a career-year, is a scary investment.
Nene Hilario also had a strong season, but he has been injury-prone throughout his career. It's really hard to count on him, either, which could make it difficult for this team to take that next step.
Washington should certainly be back in the playoffs merely on the strength of their backcourt, but given the developments in Cleveland and Chicago, they are at best a distant third in the Eastern Conference.
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