Despite just being called-up, both Shelvin Mack and Garrett Temple have a legitimate opportunity for playing time after strong D-League play. Such is the state of the Wizards backcourt.
Everyone wants the Wizards to make a splashy move. Adding a pair of D-League point guards isn't that, but there is a difference between doing little and doing nothing.
Since his pre-season release, the Wizards 2011 second-round pick played 10 games for the Maine Red Claws in the D-League, averaging 20.2 points and 7.1 assists.
After releasing guard Shaun Livingston and center Earl Barron, the Wizards are down to 13 players, nine healthy.