After starting 62 games during his first two years, Wizards forward was limited to just 25 game appearances this past season.
While the Wizards tried moving him to power forward, Singleton saw himself as a small forward on a team backloaded at that position.
Nene's shooting percentage from the midrange spiked to 42.4 but his free-throw efficiency fell to 58.3.
Known as the "grump guy," Nene's bold leadership and evolving midrange game were key to Wizards postseason success.
Veteran forward played just 34 regular-season games but yielded a net on-court rating of 4.1 for the Wizards in those appearances.
Knee surgery limited his on-court action but the wisdom Harrington imparted upon younger Wizards teammates proved invaluable
The Wizards guard joined Magic Johnson as the only players to score 25-plus points in three playoff games before the age of 21.
Beal made strides in his second year before reaching unprecedented heights in his postseason debut.
Webster battled through injuries to play 78 games but his production dropped to 4.5 points per game during the season's final two months.
Months after signing a new contract with the Wizards, Webster was shifted to the Wizards' sixth-man role, where he struggled to find consistency.