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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-12-06


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-12-06


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-12-06
One thing new coach Ed Tapscott would love to see is the Washington Wizards' starting backcourt show up and develop some consistency.

"We need those guys to pick it up and we need them to pick it up ASAP," Tapscott said when talk turned to the lack of productivity coming from the guards. "I'm not singling them out because I know they are in a tough situation. But if we are going to turn things around we need all hands on deck."

DeShawn Stevenson is averaging 8.7 points per game but he might as well be playing with a blindfold, considering that he's making just 32.9 percent of his field goal attempts. He's also struggling from long range, making just 29.9 percent from behind the three-point line.

Dee Brown has been even more inept this season. Brown is averaging 2.4 points per game and shooting a horrid 36.8 percent from the floor. Their continued exploitation at the hands of superior players will likely continue into the coming week as they face players such as Derrick Rose (Chicago) and Allen Iverson (Detroit) in the next couple of games.

LAKERS 106, WIZARDS 104: The Los Angeles Lakers didn't need a big night from Kobe Bryant to hold off the Wizards on Friday, especially with six players scoring in double-figures for the defending Western Conference champs. The Wizards battled back from a 20-point deficit and had a chance to win the game at the buzzer but Caron Butler's three-point attempt was unsuccessful. Butler finished with a game-high 26 points and nine rebounds. Bryant led the Lakers with 23 but was just 5-of-17 from the floor.


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Added: December 6, 2008

 

 
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