The Injury Bug Bites Early For The Washington Wizards

Posted: 31st October 2009 by Matthew Brown in NBA
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Coming into the 2009-2010 season, it was said that the success of the Washington Wizards would be dependent on depth and the health of their key players. Depth isn't an issue thus far, but two games into the season, injuries are slowly piling up. Antawn Jamison suffered a shoulder injury in a preseason game and will be out until late November. The Wizards made due without him against the Mavericks, leaving Dallas with a 102-91 victory. They weren't so lucky leaving Atlanta. Caron Butler suffered a bruised knee in the second quarter against the Hawks, and is questionable for the home opener against the New Jersey Nets. Health has been the Achilles heel of the Wizards in recent years. The loss of Gilbert Arenas and Butler at the end of the 2006-2007 season caused them to stall in the playoff ...

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