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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-12-13


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-12-13


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2008-12-13
The Wizards' front office always liked what it saw in point guard Javaris Crittenton in 2007, so much so that he was one of their options with the 16th pick in the draft.

As it turned out, the Wizards drafted Nick Young with the pick and three picks later, Crittenton went to the Los Angeles Lakers, who traded him to Memphis.

Earlier this week, the Wizards acquired him and Mike James in a three-team swap in which the Wizards said goodbye to aging Antonio Daniels, who went to New Orleans.

"We think this is going to upgrade our backcourt with a solid vet in Mike James and a very talented young player in Javaris," Wizards president Ernie Grunfeld said. "We are familiar with both of them and we like what we've done."

In a combined 17 minutes against Boston, the duo combined to score one point. However, they should begin to acclimate themselves because the minutes that the Wizards are giving to DeShawn Stevenson as the starter will be pulled back.

The two could see a lot more time Saturday when the Wizards play at Philadelphia.

BOSTON 122, WASHINGTON 88: The Wizards were completely helpless from start to finish against the Celtics, who placed seven players in double-figures on the way to handing the Wizards their worst beating of the season.

The Wizards, down by 24 points at the half, pulled to within 84-74 late in the third quarter. But Boston, which made 53.3 percent of its field goals and out-rebounded the Wizards 41-36, outscored the Wizards 33-14 in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach.

Caron Butler led the lowly Wizards with 19 points.


Author: Fox Sports
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Added: December 13, 2008

 

 
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