If I could name one Wizards player who had a remarkably overlooked season, it would be Kevin Seraphin. Following a tiring (yet promising) Olympics run, Seraphin returned to the team, finding himself in a bench role after starring for a stretch to close the 2011-2012 season.
Kevin saw his minutes fluctuate and his roles shuffled, all while the Wizards got off to its worst start in franchise history.
For a player entering his third season, this sort of mess could have easily sent him adrift.
Instead, Seraphin quietly posted career-best numbers.
Scoring: Kevin improved offensively this season, posting new highs in points per game (9.1), field goals made per game (4.2), and free throw percentage (69%). While his field goal percentage dropped this year (down from 53% to 46%), Seraphin also saw an uptick in his minutes played per game, which can be tied to his increased field goal attempts per game.
Court Awareness: Seraphin at times this season struggled on bo...