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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-01-17


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-01-17


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-01-17
So what's the deal with Gilbert Arenas? Nobody seems to really know when he is scheduled to return to the lineup after having a third surgery over the summer on his right knee.

Here is the skinny, according to a source with intimate knowledge of the situation.

Arenas' knee is better off right now than it was when he tried to come back at the end of last season. While he has yet to play a game for the team, he regularly plays in two-on-two and three-on-three games with teammates.

In fact, if this season weren't already a wash, Arenas would probably, according to the source, be playing games right now. He would not, however, play in back-to-back games.

One of the main concerns is whether or not he would have any swelling in the knee and, according to the source, there is no swelling at all. This was not the case at any point last season.

Still, there is no guarantee that he will be back this season. In fact, with the Wizards so far out of playoff contention already, it is a good possibility that he won't be back at all this season.

WIZARDS 96, KNICKS 89: The Wizards held the Knicks to just one field goal in the final 4:20 of the fourth quarter to end a six-game losing streak.

The Wizards, led by Antawn Jamison's 28 points and eight rebounds, surrendered a 49-37 lead at the start of the second half as New York used a 30-9 third-quarter run to go ahead 67-58 by late in the third.

But Washington rallied in the fourth quarter, closing the game on a 22-4 run to take a 96-87 lead with just 10 seconds to play. Andray Blatche added 13 points and 11 rebounds, and Nick Young finished with 13 for the Wizards.

David Lee grabbed 21 rebounds and scored 15 points for New York, which was led by Al Harrington's 18 points.


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Added: January 17, 2009

 

 
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