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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-11-21


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-11-21


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-11-21
When a team is playing as miserably as Washington is, comments that are made tend to be magnified.

Especially when they are made by Gilbert Arenas in Washington.

Having undergone three knee surgeries in slightly more than 18 months, Arenas made a statement that sounded as if the player was condoning the team tanking it this season.

"This year, with me and Brendan (Haywood) out, some of the veterans are like, 'Man, I don't even know what to think of this year.' And I told 'em, 'If this is one of those years we don't make the playoffs, we're one of those teams that's in last place the whole year, you know what happened to San Antonio and that's how they got Tim Duncan. If that happens with us, it's for the better."

That might not go over too badly if there were a player in college that looked as though he might become the next Tim Duncan, but the only problem is that there is no one in college that even remotely resembles the future Hall-of-Fame center.

Another problem is that Arenas has yet to begin serious rehabilitation on his left knee. This is bad news because it almost assures that he won't be ready by the end of 2008 and it makes uncertain a return date in 2009.

The Wizards hope to notch their second win of the season tonight when they play at New York. The Knicks, one of the league's laughingstocks last season, are playing much better under coach Mike D'Antoni this season, and they already have a win over the Wizards in Washington to prove it.

HOUSTON 103, WASHINGTON 91: The Wizards' futility continued on Friday night against the Rockets, who ended the game on a 27-6 run that dropped the Wizards record to 1-9.

Antawn Jamison led the Wizards in defeat with 27 points and 10 rebounds.


Author: Fox Sports
Author's Website: http://www.foxsports.com
Added: November 21, 2008

 

 
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