NBA Offseason Buzz: Wizards
Arenas' erratic behavior leaves doubts on how far Wizards can advance
The worst team in the East is now regarded as a playoff team, at worst. New coach Flip Saunders certainly has guided teams with less talent to the postseason and, if healthy, Gilbert Arenas, Caron Butler and Antawn Jamison comprise one of the conference's best nuclei outside of Cleveland, Boston and Orlando. But their front line is still vastly undermanned and if they have the big three healthy and energized at season's end, it will be the first time.
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