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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-03-13

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-03-13

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-03-13
With nothing left to play for this season, the Wizards' Antawn Jamison says he still has little trouble getting motivated to play.

Jamison sees the Wizards, the worst team in the Eastern Conference, as getting the opportunity to play spoiler to teams that are looking to move up in the standings.

"The schedule is what the schedule is, but I see it as a challenge," said Jamison, whose team snapped a five-game losing streak Monday with a win at Minnesota. "The thing I remind the young guys of is the teams coming in here are playing for something. New Orleans for a better seed in the West. Orlando's trying to catch Boston. So let's try to jump on these higher-ranking teams early in the first half and try to be a spoiler."

Considered the proudest player on the roster, Jamison says he looks forward to the home games against Orlando on Friday and Sacramento on Sunday before the team hits the road in the coming days for its second West Coast road trip.

"It's about pride and proving yourself," he said. "So the goal for me is to individually outplay my opponent every night and for us as a team to play to win."

HORNETS 109, WIZARDS 98: The key to making it difficult on the New Orleans Hornets is to slow their amazing point guard, Chris Paul. But this proved to be impossible on Wednesday as Paul dismantled the Wizards, posting his league-high (sixth) triple double of the season. Paul finished with 30 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists.

"He controlled the game in just about every aspect," Wizards interim coach Ed Tapscott said. "He is a phenomenal player, dominant."

The Hornets took command of the game in the third quarter when they outscored the Wizards 40-22. The Wizards led by 12 points in the first half.

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