Let's look at some Wizards player averages, separated into two groups.
Emeka Okafor: 12.5 points, 9.9 rebs, 51.5 FG%, 32 mins (career)
7.0 points, 5.7 rebs, 44.5 FG%, 22 mins (2012-13)
Trevor Ariza (currently injured): 9.0 points, 4.9 rebs, 42.8 FG%, 25 mins (career)
8.1 points, 4.9 rebs, 34.9 FG%, 25 mins (2012-13)
Shaun Livingston: 6.6 points, 2.5 rebs, 3.4 assists, 45.7 FG%, 22 mins (career)
3.5 points, 2.0 rebs, 2.2 assists, 35.6 FG%, 18 mins (2012-13)
Chris Singleton: 4.6 points, 3.5 rebs, 37.2 FG%, 21 mins (2011-12/rookie year)
5.0 points, 3.9 rebs, 38.5 FG%, 19 mins (2012-13)
Jan Vesely: 4.7 points, 4.4 rebs, 53.7 FG%, 19 mins (2011-12/rookie year)
2.1 points, 2.3 rebs, 42.4 FG%, 13 mins (2012-13)
Kevin Seraphin: 6.2 points, 4.1 rebs, 49.6 FG%, 17 mins (career)
11.0 points, 5.7 rebs, 47.0 FG%, 24 mins (2012-13)
Cartier Martin: 5.2 points, 2.0 rebs, 0.5 assists, 39.8 FG%, 13 mins (career)
7.6 points, 2.7 rebs, 0.4 assists, 42.6 FG%, 18 mins (2012-13)
Jordan Crawford: 13.8 points, 2.8 rebs, 3.2 assists, 39.5 FG%, 26 mins (career)
15.0 points, 4.1 rebs, 4.6 assists, 39.7 FG%, 29 mins (2012-13)
Martell Webster: 8.5 points, 3.2 rebs, 41.4 FG%, 23 mins (career)
9.1 points, 3.5 rebs, 42.3 FG%, 25 mins (2012-13)
You'll notice that there is no great or awesome category, for obvious reasons.
John Wall is injured and hasn't played yet. Nene is still on a minutes limit (only 21 minutes per game in 12 games), but he's been pretty good. And Trevor Booker and A.J. Price are also currently injured, but neither was playing that well anyway.
It's hard to expect too much from Livingston, who's a replacement for the failed Jannero Pargo experiment. When everyone is healthy, Livingston would either never play or be out of a job. (But I know, this is the Wizards, and everyone is never healthy.) But Okafor and Ariza have been huge disappointments, and every day that goes by that Hornets trade looks worse and worse.
Also, the Wizards' 2011 draft class looks like a disaster. Vesely is a DNP machine and has no offensive game. Singleton shows promise at times, hitting a couple shots and playing decent defense. But his three-point shooting has been abysmal (12.5 percent), and it says something that he's playing fewer minutes this season despite all of the team's injuries. Oh, and Shelvin Mack didn't even make this terrible team and is playing in the D-League.
There's still hope for Seraphin and Crawford, but both can be maddening to watch. Seraphin turns the ball over too much, makes plenty of boneheaded plays, and doesn't get to the free throw line nearly enough for someone who spends most of his time in the paint. And Crawford, who the Wizards have had to rely on for so much, still takes lots of bad shots. His all-around game, though, seems to have improved.
There's a reason the Wizards are 3-20. Sure, injuries have played a factor. But even if everyone on this team was 100 percent healthy, they still wouldn't be THAT much better. There has just been too many bad draft picks and foolish trades made by a general manager who should have been out of a job long ago.