A Look Back At The Washington Wizards’ 2014: Top 10 Moments

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6. AARP Unit

As the second quarter began during every game of the 2013-2014 NBA season, Randy Wittman sat most of the starters, and the AARP Unit would arrive.

This lineup would feature Drew Gooden, Andre Miller, Al Harrington, Martell Webster and, usually, Bradley Beal. This lineup was not the Steve Nash Phoenix Suns, but they were entertaining in their own right.

If their ages were to be totaled, this lineup is probably the highest of any five players of all time. Age is but a number as this lineup sparked the Wizards at times and played inspired basketball. It was full of savvy veterans and players who knew how to get their own shot.

Individually, their defense wasn’t spectacular but they played well enough as a unit and held the rope for the starters. The AARP Unit was a change of pace from John Wall and the starters, to say the least, but they were a beloved Wizards fixture and definitely a crucial aspect of the 2014 year.

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