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Repairing a broken defense that's allowed 76.3 points per game and getting players to share the ball is easier than improving Washington's sour chemistry, which is the third and arguably most important area of concern for Romar.
It might require shifting responsibilities, redistributing shot attempts among five players who average at least nine points and redefining roles.
"We have not settled on that yet," Romar said. "Who's supposed to be taking shots and where. We're still evolving that way."