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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-01-03

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-01-03

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-01-03
Things continue to go south for Wizards guard DeShawn Stevenson.

Stevenson, who recently voluntarily went to the bench and in the process saw his string of 275 starts come to an end, is now looking at missing perhaps some extended time from the court.

Bothered by back pain the entire season, Stevenson did not play against Boston and could very well have a developing disk problem in his back.

"There's a disk in there that's a little off and it's causing me some leg pain," Stevenson said. "I don't think that it's anything major or long-term, but it's one of those things where I need to take care of it and get it right."

Stevenson did not play against Boston. Look for the Wizards to be conservative in treating this injury, as back problems can be very tricky. Stevenson might be out for the next three weeks.

"I don't like missing games," Stevenson said. "I don't expect to be out more than two weeks but I'm not a doctor."

CELTICS 108, WIZARDS 83: The Celtics, who struggled on a recent West Coast road trip, returned home looking to lash someone, and that someone turned out to be the woeful Washington Wizards. The Wizards never threatened in a game that saw them fall behind early (27-12) and never challenge after the first quarter. Nick Young (15 points) and Antawn Jamison (14) led the Wizards in scoring.

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