The list has been a long one in the preseason, which has just two games left before the Wizards begin regular-season play on Oct. 28.
Jared Dudley has been practicing for two weeks now and believes that he can return from the back surgery he had in July, if coach Randy Wittman lets him.
The tricky part for the Wizards, who were near the bottom when it came to turnovers per game last season, is to create more possessions but reduce the giveaways.
Bradley Beal should contend for the NBA's Most Improved Player Award this year. But to win it, he'll have to improve in several key areas.
The exhibition opener, when the Wizards made 15 of 26 three-point shots, won't be the norm when the actual season starts. They have to find other ways to win, too.