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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-03-18

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-03-18

Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-03-18
Although center Brendan Haywood was cleared to practice over the weekend, there is still no timeline for the player's return.

Haywood, the team's starting center, has missed the entire season following wrist surgery. And while he has been doing conditioning for most of his absence, no one is under the impression that the player's return will mean anything for a team that is headed for the lottery.

Haywood is with the team on its four-game trip, which began Tuesday at Utah, but he's not going to play in any of the games. Haywood said he would like to have at least 10 hard practices before he plays, and there will be little time for practicing on this trip, which features two sets of back-to-back games.

"It would be unfair to thrust him back in the lineup after missing this much time," Wizards interim coach Ed Tapscott said before the team left for Utah. "He's got to have a chance to get his rhythm and his timing back."

JAZZ 103, WIZARDS 88: The cold-shooting Wizards were no match for a Utah team that has been virtually unbeatable at home for the better part of the last two months.

Washington, playing its second game in a row minus the services of Caron Butler, connected on just 35.6 percent of its field goals in becoming the 12th team in a row to lose at Utah.

"They just out-executed us in every aspect of the game," Wizards interim coach Ed Tapscott said.

Utah led by 18 points at the end of the third quarter and built its lead to 25 in the fourth quarter. Reserves Juan Dixon and Nick Young led the Wizards with 14 points each.

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