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News » Wiz want to bring back Jamison, Arenas 2008-05-08


Wiz want to bring back Jamison, Arenas 2008-05-08


Wiz want to bring back Jamison, Arenas 2008-05-08
WASHINGTON (AP) - Not surprisingly, Gilbert Arenas' blog was the first topic of conversation at Washington Wizards president Ernie Grunfeld "state of the team" news conference Thursday.

Grunfeld shrugged, smiled and took in stride Arenas' insistence via the Internet that he won't return to the Wizards if forward Antawn Jamison doesn't.

"We're on the same page, then. Because we want to sign Antawn. We want to sign Gilbert," Grunfeld said. "I kind of liked it. He's supportive of his teammate. And he enjoys playing with Antawn. And that's been our plan all along. I'm glad to see everyone in the organization is on the same page."

Arenas, a three-time All-Star who missed most of this season after two operations on his left knee, has long said he plans to opt out of his contract.

Jamison, a team co-captain and two-time All-Star, is set to become a free agent.

"Our intent all along has been to have both of those players back and to keep our core together. And at the appropriate time, we'll sit down with both of those parties and see what we can work out," Grunfeld said. "We're going to be fair with our players. These players have done a lot for our franchise and we hope to have them here for a very long time."

Arenas and Jamison have been Wizards teammates since 2004-05, helping the team end a seven-season playoff drought with four consecutive postseason appearances. The pair also played together for two seasons with the Golden State Warriors.

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