- The Washington Times - Tuesday, February 8, 2005



Seasons Indiana’s Reggie Miller has played in the league, counting this year.


Gilbert Arenas’ career-high matching 43 points covered up for the Wizards’ 22-for-37 performance at the free throw line.


WITH AUTHORITY: Etan Thomas’ dunk over Scot Pollard in the second quarter had to be one of the most ferocious in team history. The Wizards center was fouled on the play with 1:47 left in the half.

STARS IN HIS EYES: Wizards forward Antawn Jamison admitted that he would like to be named to the Eastern Conference All-Star team. “It would be great to see all the hard work and dedication we’ve all put into this by having a couple of guys represent the team in the All-Star Game,” said Jamison, who is averaging 20.4 points and 8.2 rebounds. “After the Super Bowl people were calling me asking me have I heard anything. I really got antsy and started thinking that this might happen.”

WHO ME?: Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas is still talking about his ejection Friday night in a 103-100 loss in Toronto. “I’m sorry for what happened,” Arenas said. “But actually I’m not because I didn’t get to say anything. Maybe if I got to say something I would be sorry but I didn’t get to say anything.”

John N. Mitchell

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