Wizards DEPTH CHART
13-8 • 4th in EASTERN CONFERENCE
Davis Bertans has filled the role of the Wizards' Sixth Man this season. Coach Scott Brooks likes using Bertans off the bench, with the 6-foot-10 power forward averaging well above 20 minutes per game.
Bertans is the type of player that can get hot at any given time, and while his production has taken a dip from last season, there's no denying that the 28-year-old still remains a potent offensive threat for Washington whenever he's on the floor.
The Wizards currently have one of the most potent backcourts in all of the NBA with the duo of Russell Westbrook and Bradley Beal starting. Highly-touted rookie Deni Avdija, the ninth overall pick of the 2020 NBA Draft, slots in as the team's starting small forward. Rui Hachimura, another highly-promising lottery pick from 2019, is their starting power forward. Thomas Bryant was the Wizards' starting center prior to the 23-year-old's season-ending knee injury. Since Bryant has been on the shelf, Alex Len, Robin Lopez, and Moritz Wagner (traded to the Boston Celtics mid-season) have alternated as the team's starting big man.