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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-11-30

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-11-30

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-11-30
The Wizards are hoping that the early-season knee problems that hindered Antonio Daniels are behind the 33-year old point guard.

Daniels had been inactive for five of the team's last six games due to swelling and soreness in his right knee, and he hasn't been very good this season when he's played.

But the Wizards still prefer Daniels -- who was expected to start at point until Gilbert Arenas returns following knee surgery -- to Dee Brown and Juan Dixon.

"He's battling through some aches and pains right now, but the fact remains that he is the most experienced point guard we have," Wizards coach Ed Tapscott said. "His knee has been a problem since training camp."

Just like recently fired Eddie Jordan, Tapscott knows that he can't go long periods with Brown and Dixon as the starting point. Both have filled in for Daniels in the games he missed, and they have not been able to generate the up-tempo game the Wizards want to play when Arenas returns.

HAWKS 102, WIZARDS 98: Washington dropped yet another game Saturday, this time falling to Atlanta with another poor shooting performance.

Antawn Jamison led Washington with 26 points and 10 rebounds, and Caron Butler added 21 for the Wizards, who connected on just 42.5 percent of their field goals. All five Atlanta starters scored in double figures.

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