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News » Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-03-20


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-03-20


Washington Wizards Getting Inside 2009-03-20
If the Wizards couldn't keep themselves from getting blown out by the 16-win Clippers, what chance do they have in the thin air of the Mile High City against the 44-win Nuggets?

Even if Caron Butler's balky hamstring will allow him to return to play against Denver, it's hard to imagine too many harder players to guard on one leg than the explosive Carmelo Anthony, who scored 35 points against the Grizzlies in Memphis on Wednesday night.

Then again, it may not matter all that much. The Wizards have been road kill all season long -- with or without Butler.

Antawn Jamison has been a true professional all season, playing hard every night and leading an injury-ravaged Wizards team, but even a near triple-double Wednesday night couldn't prevent the Clippers from running wild in a 15-point win Friday.

Unless the Wizards can surprise the Nuggets on Friday, Washington will become the second team this season to lose 30 games on the road.

Of course, even if they do, the Suns await them in Phoenix on Saturday, and Shaquille O'Neal and Co. dropped a whopping 154 points on Golden State Monday and another 126 on Philadelphia Wednesday.

For the 16-53 Wizards, there's no place like home -- even if it's only by comparison.

CLIPPERS 123, WIZARDS 108: Tied at 93-93 heading into the fourth quarter, the Wizards were outscored 30-15 as the Clippers ran away from them en route to an easy win.

Antawn Jamison had 24 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists in the loss. Both the Wizards and Clippers had 16 wins entering the game, and at 16-53, the Wizards have the second-worst record in the NBA.


Author: Fox Sports
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Added: March 20, 2009

 

 
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