The Washington Wizards would be wise to put last season behind them as the team suffered through one of the worst seasons ever in their storied history. After four straight playoff appearances from 2004 to 2008, the Wizards fell from grace in big way. Gilbert Arenas, the outspoken but explosive star, has seen very little time on the court following a knee injury that required three surgeries and stole two seasons from the man and the team. This season, however, the Wizards are about more than just one man. New coach Flip Saunders came in to Washington with his work cut out for him. He had to juggle the returns of Arenas and Brendan Haywood, as well as work in the rest of the returning roster and the new additions of Mike Miller and Randy Foye. History has shown that Saunders is capable of ...
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