The Wizards (29-53) may look different next season as they set their sights on making a legitimate run for the playoffs. This is the third in a series breaking down the roster by position, how they fared and what's ahead. Small forwards:

Martell Webster

Numbers game: 11.4 points, 3.9 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 44.2% FG shooting, 42.2% 3FG shooting, 84.8% FT shooting.

2013-14 status: He made $1.6 million on a one-year deal and becomes an unrestricted free agent going into his ninth season. PG John Wall wants him back and Webster made clear he wants to return.

Where he excels: Three-point range put him among the top 3 in the NBA until an abdominal injury derailed his effectiveness. Webster is a catch-and-shoot specialist and is a solid defender. Coach Randy Wittman credits him immensely for the positive turnaround in the locker room culture.

Quick fixes: Webster could benefit from becoming a ball-handler to help relieve the pressure on Wall and give himself more scoring options.

He said it: "Right now it’s just rest. I’m going to coordinate with Eric Waters, our trainer, and we’ll see what the next step is. As of right now, I don’t see surgery being in the future (for abdominal injury). But we’re going to have to continue to communicate and figure out what we’re going to do with this."

Grade: B+