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SEEN AND HEARD AT TIME WARNER CABLE ARENA


SEEN AND HEARD AT TIME WARNER CABLE ARENA
The Washington Wizards' game at Charlotte represented another homecoming for members of the team and coaching staff.

For coach Ed Tapscott, it was his second game coaching in the building that he helped design as Bobcats chief operating officer in 2004.

And for Wizards players Antawn Jamison, Darius Songaila and Brendan Haywood, it was a return to the state where they played college ball - Jamison and Haywood at North Carolina and Songaila at Wake Forest.

"I hate playing at home," joked Jamison, who also grew up in Charlotte. "[Tuesday] I had 10 ticket requests, now I'm up to 28."

The number possibly could have been higher had North Carolina not been playing Duke on the same night.

The Bobcats typically draw sparse crowds, but the arena was emptier than normal last night, according to local reporters.

QUOTABLE

"It's a good thing this game is at 7 and the Carolina-Duke game is 9 because otherwise nobody would come to see this game."

- Wizards forward Antawn Jamison

BY THE NUMBERS

28: Different starting lineups used this season between the Charlotte Bobcats and Washington Wizards . The Bobcats (15 lineups) have traded away six of the players they opened the season with while adding eight new faces, while the Wizards (13) entered the game with 10 healthy players and another five injured.

0-12: Record for the Washington Wizards in the Southeast Division after Wednesday night's loss to the Charlotte Bobcats.


Author: Fox Sports
Author's Website: http://www.foxsports.com
Added: February 12, 2009

 

 
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