In any composition or journalism class, one of the main rules of writing is that a writer should always group things in threes. For the Wizards, they need to use this rule as well. In order to be competitor in the Association, the Wizards need three things; three-point shooting, a triple-post offense, and most importantly a "big three".
The Wizards have struggled to score this season, and a lot of that has to do with three-point shooting. Averaging only 4.5 out of an attempted 14.6 three-pointers attempted, the Wizards rank 28th in three-point percentage. It's going to be imperative for Washington to acquire a big-name scorer over the summer. Offense has got to come somewhere and I believe with the pieces the Wizards have, it's possible to pick up a Jordan Farmar, JJ Reddick, or a Marvin Williams.
While we're on offense, I want to throw an idea out there. I know it's predominantly been a Lakers concept, but I think the Wizards could benefit from running the triple-post (or "triangle") offense. With a player like John Wall, it's going to be hard to run this offense all the time as Wall is consistently pushing the ball up the court. But whenever the Wizards face a half-court offense, I think it could prove beneficial to the team. It opens up a lot of options for Javale McGee who often takes ill-advised shots. It would allow him to get set up much better and also provides for a swing-out to a consistent three-point shooter.