Scott Brooks can't lose sight of Wizards primary goal this season: player development

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Scott Brooks can't lose sight of Wizards primary goal this season: player development
Scott Brooks can't lose sight of Wizards primary goal this season: player development

Three games into the season, the Washington Wizards looked like they were going to surprise some folks. A road win against the Oklahoma City Thunder and two nail-biting losses versus the San Antonio Spurs and Houston Rockets made it seem like the Wizards were going to be better than we originally thought. Fast-forward seven games, and the Wizards find themselves exactly where everyone expected — the bottom of the conference. The early-season optimism was tempered by losses to the Karl-Anthony Towns-less Timberwolves and the rebuilding Cavaliers, and each loss highlighted the team's seemingly incurable defensive struggles. When this sort of shift in outlook occurs, it's important to recognize

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