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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-02-10

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-02-10

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-02-10
The trade deadline is fast approaching, and Wizards general manager Ernie Grunfeld is participating in the usual conversations at this time of the year. However, nothing involving the Wizards seems imminent.

"We're taking calls and were making some of our own," Grunfeld said. "You're always going to listen to someone because there is always the chance that something could be out there that could help the team. We're going to stay involved."

This does not mean, however, that the Wizards will be involved in any deals at the Feb. 19 deadline. This is mostly due to the fact that Grunfeld is still intrigued by what the Wizards might look like if they could ever get healthy. Grunfeld firmly believes that a healthy Gilbert Arenas, Brendan Haywood, Andray Blatche and DeShawn Stevenson playing all at once make Washington a much better team."

"The good thing is that it shows that teams are interested in our players," Grunfeld said. "But we like what we have. We just have to get them out there healthy."

WIZARDS 119, PACERS 117: Caron Butler returned from a bout with the flu to score 15 straight points in the fourth quarter, including the game-winning 18-foot jumper at the buzzer as the Wizards closed their longest home stand of the season with a victory.

Butler, who led the Wizards with 35 points and 13 rebounds, looked tired at times after missing a pair of games trying to get over the flu. But in the end he did not want to come out of the game.

"I was looking over at (interim) coach and I didn't want him to think I was running out of steam," Butler said of Ed Tapscott. "We needed to get this one."

Tapscott sounded as though he probably wouldn't have pulled Butler anyway.

"He was the hot player for us down the stretch," Tapscott said. "When a guy is hot like that, you keep feeding him."

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