Washington Wizards: Wes Unseld (BEST)
Wes Unseld played his entire career for the Baltimore/Washington franchise known as the Bullets (at the time). He led the Bullets to the NBA Finals four times in the 70s and helped Washington win its only NBA championship in 1978, in which he was named the Final MVP.
Unseld averaged under 11 points a game for Washington but is their all time leader in rebounds, win shares, and value over replacement player. He loved to get a rebound and make his patented two hand pass to start the fast break and get Washington going.
Washington Wizards: Kwame Brown (WORST)
When Michael Jordan took over the Washington Wizards, fans were inclined to trust his every move, even when he rolled the dice on unproven high schooler Kwame Brown with the number one pick in the 2001 draft.
Brown struggled to catch on in Washington and never found his way in the NBA, going down as one of the biggest draft busts in the history of the NBA. Washington can only hope John Wall’s name doesn’t lead this section in five years with that bloated contract and growing injury list.