Now that the Wizards' season is over, and the NBA draft is next month with a No. 19 overall pick, the bigger picture is the offseason.
The Wizards front office has some decisions to make, as well as some of their players.
All of the energy and focus the Wizards vowed they'd have coming into Game 6, desperate to stay alive and force a decisive Game 7, was absent from the starters for three-plus quarters.
When it comes to the Wizards' 3-point shooting, no need for more prayer. Clearly, Randy Wittman has found the religion.
Up until suffering a groin injury on Feb. 25 at Minnesota, Kris Humphries was arguably pound for pound the second best player on the Washington Wizards this season.