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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-03-08

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-03-08

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-03-08
If the Wizards do wind up with the worst record in the league -- a very real possibility -- and then manage to get the first pick in the draft, they will have to do whatever they can to secure the services of Oklahoma's Blake Griffin, if he enters the draft.

They have already tied their future to Gilbert Arenas, a player whom they gave a $111 million contract despite his multiple knee surgeries. They have gone as far as they are going to go with Caron Butler and Antawn Jamison, the players with the best trade value this offseason, and it would probably be in their best interest to move either one of them if their salaries become an impediment to signing a player like Griffin.

"He could be an All-Star for years to come, the real deal and better than anyone on the roster," an Eastern Conference scout recently said. "They have taken a huge step back after being a little better than mediocre in recent years. Griffin could be the type of player to transform their franchise. If they can get him, they have to."

MAVERICKS 119, WIZARDS 103: After playing valiantly in the first half Saturday, the Wizards reverted to form in the second half, allowing 68 points on the way to their fifth loss in a row.

Antawn Jamison led the Wizards with 24 points and 11 rebounds, and Caron Butler returned with 20 points.

However, Dallas got 34 from Dirk Nowitzki and 30 from Jason Terry in the rout.

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