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News » Haslem, Arenas out for Heat-Wizards game

Haslem, Arenas out for Heat-Wizards game

Haslem, Arenas out for Heat-Wizards game
WASHINGTON (AP) - Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem missed Saturday night's game against the Washington Wizards, a night after cutting his right thumb on a backboard.

Haslem needed six stitches after cutting the finger while defending Gerald Wallace's driving layup attempt in the third quarter of a victory over the Charlotte Bobcats. He'll be re-evaluated by a doctor Sunday when the Heat return from their road trip, but he doesn't expect to play until the stitches are removed in about a week.

"His hand is still raw from the stitches," coach Erik Spoelstra said.

Yakhouba Diawara started at power forward in place of Haslem.

Michael Beasley twisted his right ankle, and Jermaine O'Neal twisted both his left ankle and right knee against the Bobcats. Both were active Saturday night, with O'Neal in the starting lineup.

For the Wizards, Gilbert Arenas sat out as part of the plan to play selected games during his comeback from knee surgery. Arenas has played in two games so far: last weekend against the Detroit Pistons and Thursday against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

"The knee is fine," interim coach Ed Tapscott said. "When you haven't played, you get some body soreness, too, so we decided to give him a day off, that's all."

Arenas' decision to rest was made easier because backup point guard Javaris Crittenton returned after missing one game with back spasms.

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