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Wes Unseld, who spent his entire 13-year NBA career with the Bullets (later rebranded as the Wizards), is the franchise’s all-time leader in Win Shares with 110.1. Among the center’s many accomplishments, “The Wide U” was voted the league’s MVP as a rookie, was a five-time All Star, and led the team to the 1977-78 championship title.

WIZARDS ALL-TIME TOP FIVE

Wes Unseld leads Washington Wizards all-time top five by Win Shares

After Unseld, the next biggest contributors to the Bullets/Wizards by Win Shares are fellow big men Elvin Hayes (80.0) and Walt Bellamy (57.0), forward Greg Ballard (48.6) and guard John Wall (44.3).

The second team of Wizards legends is led by “Agent Zero” Gilbert Arenas (41.5) who was a three-time All Star. He is joined by Antawn Jamison (41.4), Jack Marin (41.3), Phil Chenier (39.3) and Bradley Beal (36.4).

The following stats of the Wizards’ all-time top five players reflect only those numbers accrued during their time with the franchise…

UPDATED September 23, 2019

WES UNSELD: 1968-81

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Win Shares
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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .147

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ELVIN HAYES: 1972-81

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Win Shares
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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .131

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WALT BELLAMY: 1961-66

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Seasons
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Win Shares
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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .201

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GREG BALLARD: 1977-85

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Win Shares
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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .125

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JOHN WALL: 2010-19

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Win Shares
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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .104