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News » 2009-02-23




When: 8 p.m. | Where: Verizon Center | TV/radio: CSN, ESPN 980

Probable starters: Spurs - F Michael Finley, F Tim Duncan, C Matt Bonner, G Roger Mason Jr., G Tony Parker. Wizards - F Dominic McGuire, F Antawn Jamison, C Darius Songalia, G Javaris Crittenton, G Mike James.

Injuries: Spurs - Out: G Manu Ginobili (ankle), F Ian Mahinmi (ankle). Wizards - Questionable: G Caron Butler (hip). Out: C Brendan Haywood (wrist), C Etan Thomas (knee), G Gilbert Arenas (knee), G DeShawn Stevenson (back).

Outlook: The Wizards welcome back D.C. native Roger Mason Jr., who before signing with San Antonio last summer spent two seasons with Washington. Mason has this season averages a career-high 12.0 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.9 assists. He's shooting a career-best 44.4 percent from 3-point range. ... Saturday is Envelope Assist Night All fans will receive an envelope to use to make cash donations to Wizards Care Charities. Fans that donate $5 or more before the end of halftime will be entered into a drawing to win game-worn Wizards memorabilia.


"The one thing I'm always wary of is teams that are in a bad mood. Know what I mean? They've had a couple of losses and they want to get back on the right side of the ledger?"

- Wizards interim coach Ed Tapscott (above) on the Nets, who had lost back-to-back-games entering Friday


2 - Times this season that the Washington Wizards have won back-to-back games. The first was when they followed a home win against Oklahoma City on Dec. 27 with a victory at Houston two days later.

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