Washington Wizards: 3 things to look for in fourth Summer League game

Bilal Coulibaly of the Washington Wizards (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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Ryan Rollins, Washington Wizards
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Ryan Rollins looking to focus more on finding his teammates

As previously stated, the Washington Wizards have really struggled to move the ball so far in the Summer League. Ryan Rollins has been a major part of this problem.

While his scoring may be enough to earn him a spot in the rotation, his playmaking limitations may put him in the G-League to start the season. Easily the best way to fix this problem is to show that he is capable of moving the rock.

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He did have nine assists against the Boston Celtics, but in the other two games, he has passed up on great opportunities for teammates. He left Tristan Vukcevic wide open in the paint a few times in their game against the Indiana Pacers alone.

A concerted effort to find teammates would do wonders for not only the success of the team, but also the chances Rollins gets an NBA role on day one. This could be the most interesting aspect of this game to watch for.

Showing they can continue to work in these areas will pump even more energy into an already buzzing Washington Wizards fanbase as the Summer League rages on. We can only hope the players continue to show up and show out.

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