- The Washington Times - Friday, January 19, 2007

Last night at Amway Arena in Orlando, Fla.:

SEEN AND HEARD

Gilbert Arenas is a lock to make his third All-Star Game and Caron Butler may join him in Las Vegas next month at the midseason extravaganza.

But wouldn’t it be an even bigger treat if those two made it and Wizards coach Eddie Jordan wound up coaching the East team?

Don’t think it can’t happen.

Going into the game vs. Orlando, the Wizards had the second-best record in the conference (22-16), behind only Cleveland’s 23-15.

Jordan doesn’t like to talk to much about potentially getting the nod — he joked about planning a family vacation next month during All-Star weekend — but he clearly has given it some thought.

“Oh, it would absolutely be fun,” Jordan acknowledged.

BY THE NUMBERS

0Free throws attempted by the Wizards in the first half.

John N. Mitchell

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