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.
The Wizards forward, who will be a free agent this summer, played a total of 60 minutes over the team's final 34 games.
Injuries and inconsistent playing time hampered Seraphin's ability to display his value prior to entering free agency this summer.
Booker started 45 games for the Wizards and, as a result, will draw a larger qualifying offer as a restricted free agent this summer.
When Nene went down late in the season, the oft-injured Booker showed the potential and skills that made him a first-round pick in 2010.
With his contract now done, Wittman is embracing the challenge of elevating the upstart Wizards toward their potential.
Of the 34 players selected third overall in the NBA Draft since 1980, Porter's 2.1 points per game is the lowest ever.
Though injuries and a backlog at small forward prevented No. 3 overall pick from cracking the rotation, Porter doesn't view it as a lost season.
A look back at Drew Gooden's through three critical stats.