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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-12-03


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-12-03


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-12-03Wizards coach Flip Saunders is not particularly concerned that Andray Blatche's scoring numbers have gone down since the start of the season. With Antawn Jamison missing the first nine games of the season with a shoulder injury, Blatche split time at center and power forward and looked extremely productive as he averaged better than 14 points per game. He even went for 30 in a win over the lowly New Jersey Nets, and reached double-figures in all but two of those games.

However, since Jamison's return, Blatche has seen his minutes slip.

"It's not a problem with Andray, not at all," Saunders said. "He's in a difficult spot because the two guys he plays behind have been our most consistent performers."

Saunders was referring to Antawn Jamison and Brendan Haywood, the team's power forward and center. Blatche said that he doesn't mind the reduced minutes because he feels that he has gained Saunders' confidence.

"I'm comfortable knowing that I can get in and contribute when it's needed," said Blatche, averaging seven points since Jamison's return. "I'm prepared go in whenever he calls my name and I don't have a problem with things the way they are."

WIZARDS 104, BUCKS 102: With the game tied and one second remaining on the clock, Earl Boykins sank a pair of free throws to lead the Wizards to their fourth win in five games. Boykins drew a foul from Bucks rookie point guard Brandon Jennings with one second left in the game. Six Wizards finished in double-figures. Gilbert Arenas led the way with 22 points and nine assists.


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Added: December 3, 2009

 

 
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