- The Washington Times - Thursday, March 17, 2005

Last night at Philips Arena in Atlanta

KEY NUMBERS

6-0The Wizards’ record when at least six players reach double figures.

KEY TO THE GAME

An 18-0 Wizards’ run in the fourth quarter that blew the game open.

SEEN AND HEARD

ROAD KILL?: Although six of their next seven games are on the road, including a five-game road trip out West, the Wizards could come out of this month sitting pretty. Only Denver and Seattle have winning records among the five Western Conference teams Washington will face between Tuesday and March 28. And of the Wizards’ remaining home games in March, neither Utah nor Atlanta (which visits MCI Center on March 30) has a winning record.

WHERE’S BROWN GOING?: He could wind up in Atlanta. That’s right, don’t be surprised if the Hawks are one of the teams lining up the money truck to take a shot at Wizards power forward Kwame Brown. The Hawks will have more than $20 million under the cap, and Brown grew up in Georgia.

John N. Mitchell


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