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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-01-09

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-01-09

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-01-09
Vice president of player personnel Milt Newton is growing in stature throughout the league because of the success of young players on the current roster that are starting to play better than they were expected to play.

Newton, according to league sources, adamantly wanted the Wizards to draft this year's top pick JaVale McGee. McGee broke into the starting lineup and word around the league is that he'll be the best big man on the roster in no time.

Newton is also believed to be the driving force behind the selection of Dominic McGuire last season. Recently inserted into the starting lineup, the Wizards are finding out that McGuire is one of the most versatile players on the roster, a guy who has led the team in rebounding and assists in different games.

Both players are getting significant playing time, something that will continue to be the case this Friday when the Wizards play Chicago.

RAPTORS 99, WIZARDS 93: A horrendous start saw the Wizards fall behind the Bulls by 16 points in the first quarter, a hole the Wizards simply didn't have the manpower to overcome in their latest loss.

The Wizards, as usual, played no defense in allowing the Raptors to make better than 54 percent of their field goals, including connecting on 8-of-16 from behind the three-point line.

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Added: January 9, 2009


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