- The Washington Times - Tuesday, December 5, 2006

Last night at Verizon Center:

SEEN AND HEARD

Along with playing for an NBA championship last season, former Wizards guard Jerry Stackhouse has expanded into movies.

Stackhouse will debut a movie next week at the Mavericks’ Christmas party next week chronicling last season.

But this isn’t the stuff of NBA TV. Stackhouse promised the production will focus on both playing and the NBA lifestyle.

“The film really has an edge — it’s a different view,” Stackhouse said. “It’s positive, but at the same time I think guys kind of let their hair down a little bit more because they knew it was my [film] crew.”

Stackhouse’s production company is also finishing a movie about Len Bias, the Maryland great who died of a drug overdose shortly after being No. 2 overall in the 1986 NBA Draft.

BY THE NUMBERS

14 More rebounds grabbed by the Wizards, including 17 at the offensive end.

John N. Mitchell

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