NBA Off Season 2013: How do the Wizards match up against the Southeast Division?

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December 4, 2012; Washington, DC, USA; Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) dribbles the ball as Washington Wizards small forward Martell Webster (9) defends in the second quarter at Verizon Center. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

For the first time in a very long time, the Washington Wizards have a legitimate shot to leave a mark on the Eastern Conference. Their playoff hopes have been well documented, but their place in the Southeast Division has often gone overlooked.

How does this years Wizards teams stack up against their division foes? How well did they play against the individual teams last season?

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Topics: Atlanta Hawks, Bradley Beal, Charlotte Bobcats, John Wall, Miami Heat, Nba Projections, Nba Rankings, Nba Southeast Division, Orlando Magic, Washington Wizards

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  • Unkle Wheez

    I hope you are right. Second, behind the Heat, is a good place to be. I am really looking forward to this season. Washington needs to have a chip on their shoulder.

    • Ben Mehic

      Agreed. I’m hoping they’ll exceed expectations. I can’t see why they couldn’t/won’t finish with a better record than the Hawks.

      Thanks for the comment!
      -Ben