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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-12-10

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-12-10

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-12-10
The Wizards want to take advantage of any playing time that second-year forward Dominic McGuire gets.

At 6-foot-9, McGuire has a unique skill set. He can handle the ball surprisingly well -- so much so that the team has considered using him at point forward. He also is a good rebounder and loves to play defense.

"One of the things we envision him doing is playing defense against some of the better small forwards in the league," Wizards coach Ed Tapscott said. "He's going to have to be able to help out more, and I think he will. He can play bigger guys and he can play small guys, too. He's deceptively fast."

McGuire scored a season-high six points against the Pistons on Tuesday, and he demonstrated his versatility in that game by guarding Richard Hamilton and Rasheed Wallace.

He might get a continued education in guarding teams with skillful forwards when the Wizards try to upend the world-champion Boston Celtics at home on Thursday.

WIZARDS 107, PISTONS 94: The Wizards rallied from 17 points down in the first half and cruised to victory over Detroit. Caron Butler led the Wizards with 33 points. However, the big difference for the Wizards was the play of their bench, led by 16 points from Juan Dixon and 15 from Darius Songaila.

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Added: December 10, 2008


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