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It’ time for Washington Wizards tickets to reach the big time. Gilbert Arenas, the Wizards star guard, has made it clear that the Wizards have to show they can win an NBA Championship or he’ll take his act on the road. By exercising the opt-out cluse in his contract Arenas has laid down the gauntlet.
It seems presumptuous on his part since it was his injury late last season that sent Washington off track. Up to that point the Wizards were ripping along, with Arenas getting some attention as a possible MVP candidate. His loss, and the exit of Caron Butler because of a hand problem, sentWashingtoninto a downward spiral. Health, and a trip to the NBA Finals is the best medicine for Washington Wizards tickets.
Wizards Tickets – The Best in the Southeast?
The Wizards have as much talent as anyone in the Southeast. Gilbert Arenas is an NBA star, averaging almost 30 points a game in the last two years. In 2007-08 Arenas made the highlight reels on more than one occasion, knocking down 60 points against the Lakers and adding three more 50+ nights along the way.
Antwan Jamison adds to the Wizards power. Playing the power forward position, Jamison is a consistent force in the frontcourt, scoring in double digits and pulling in rebounds with authority. Jamison is also playing out his last year of a contract so he’ll be trying to enhance his value on the open market.
Caron Butler makes a nice contrast to Jamison. His All Star status was earned the hard way, with a career performance in 2006-07 before injury waylaid his season. With 19 points a game and good for a pair of steals in every contest, Jamison makes the Wizards work.
The Washington Wizards – Fourth Time Lucky?
Washington Wizards tickets have a streak going. Three straight appearances in the NBA Playoffs. If not for unfortunate injuries to key players the Wizards might have challenged in the conference. With Artenas laying down the challenge, and Jamison also playing out his deal,Washington needs to win now and win big. If that happens Washington Wizards tickets will be set for a good many years.
Morning tip: When will Bradley Beal start again?
Comcast SportsNet Washington
With the second unit and Andre Miller running the point guard spot, the Wizards (9-3) tend to run more of their sets and not quite as much pick-and-rolls. Beal has played more than 30 minutes in his last two games and can be fresh for the fourth if he continues ...
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Cavaliers' rough week continues with third loss in a row
The Washington Wizards pounded the Cavaliers 91-78 on Friday, dropping the Cavaliers to 5-6. It was Cleveland's third consecutive loss this week — a bad home loss against the Denver Nuggets, a reasonable home loss to the San Antonio Spurs and then ...
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NBA: LeBron frustrated as struggling Cavaliers fall
Times of India
WASHINGTON: Struggling to come together with consistent teamwork around superstar LeBron James, the Cleveland Cavaliers suffered their third consecutive NBA defeat on Friday, falling to the Washington Wizards 91-78. Even with 22 points each from ...
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Wizards hand Cavaliers 3rd straight loss, 91-78
WASHINGTON (AP) — John Wall took over in the third quarter Friday night and finished 28 points, seven assists and six rebounds, and the hustling Washington Wizards clamped down for a 91-78 win over LeBron James and the mostly flatfooted Cleveland ...
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Cleveland Cavaliers: the struggle continues
This happened multiple times in Friday nights loss against the Washington Wizards. John Wall had multiple plays where he drove the lane in isolation, while three Cavalier defenders just watched and were late to rotate over. This is just an example of poor ...
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