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Posted at 11:49 AM ET, 02/14/2011

Box lunch: What's next for Wizards?

By Washington Post editors

Welcome to a new regular fixture on Box Seats where every day we'll post a discussion topic pulled from the comments section or focusing on a hot topic dealing with one of the seven teams we cover in this space. We'll try to get this up around noon each day so you can enjoy your lunch with a side of home team sports debate.

For today's topic, let's start with the Wizards, who could finally exhale last night after notching that elusive first road win in Cleveland.

Columnist Jason Reid discussed the significance of Sunday's game and the spark a road victory could give a struggling team still trying to find itself.

"For a young team like the Wizards, still in search of its identity, proving to themselves that they can get over the top in a hostile arena could provide an enormous boost."

Now that the streak of wretched road performances is history and John Wall and company got a second helping of Christmas, what's the next hurdle for this Wizards team? What progress would you like to see from them in the second half of the season?

By Washington Post editors  | February 14, 2011; 11:49 AM ET
Categories:  Wizards  | Tags:  Wizards  
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