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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-12-05


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-12-05


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-12-05Already pretty deep at guard, the Wizards should be welcoming back guard Javaris Crittenton very soon, perhaps before Christmas.

On Friday, Crittenton, who underwent exploratory surgery on his left foot back on Oct. 23, participated in drills with his teammates for the first time.

"It felt good to be out there," said Crittenton, who has twice worn a walking boot on his foot as he has recovered from an injury he suffered back in the summertime. "I won't lay down a timetable because I don't want to get too excited. And they won't give me one either. But right now I'm just happy to be out there and finally doing something. The way I feel right now I think it will be about two weeks before I can return to do practicing regularly."

Crittenton, whom the Wizards acquired in a trade almost one year ago, knows when he returns that he will return to a crowded backcourt, one that includes Gilbert Arenas, Mike Miller, Randy Foye and Nick Young. That said, he is not concerned about trying to find playing time.

"I'm not even thinking about that," he said, "I'm thinking about just getting back on the floor and playing again."

RAPTORS 109, WIZARDS 107 (OT): The Wizards, looking to win their fifth game in the last six, fell behind by 15 points in the first quarter, recovered to force overtime, but were ultimately defeated by Hedo Turkoglu's baseline jumper with 8.1 seconds to play. Gilbert Arenas, who led all scorers with 34 points, had a chance to send the game into a second overtime but missed a contested lay-up.


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