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The Washington Wizards were really struggling in looking for the perfect player that would have lift them or help the team in winning the playoffs. As many sources say, the team had its worst record of 25-57 in the 2003-2004 season despite the presence of their prospective all-star player Gilbert Arenas. He was then appointed as the shooting guard and the same time a point guard. Before he entered the Washington Wizards team he had already received several awards from his previous lineup. After the tossing a coin system to select what team would he will be Gilbert automatically signed the Washington Wizards. He had selected this team over the other but the first season had made him feel frustrated for he experienced abdominal muscle strained throughout the season. But then, he still hopes to achieve what he dream before thus, in the succeeding year he was recognized as one of the young bright talents in the association and in addition to that he was awarded as the Most Improved NBA Player and was inducted as the Rookie Sophomore Most Valuable Player during the All-Star NBA Weekend. Arenas was identified for his furious competitiveness and a kind of strange behavior and technique in playing that him became the cream of the crowd Washington Wizards team. Hence, according to sources he was called as the Agent Zero of the team.
Another Washington Wizards player is Antawn Jamison from Shreveport Louisiana, one of the professional basketball players in national Basketball Association. He was born on June 12, 1976. Jamison became member of Wizards in lieu for Christian Laettner and Jerry Stackhouse which plays as the point guard. With Jamison in the Wizards the team was able to achieved a 45win and 37 loss for this season. He led the team Wizards in 2007 first round against the Cleveland Cavaliers where got 32 points and rebounds of 10 points per game. According to reviews, Jamison declared to play with the Wizards and end his basketball career in this team as he signed the 50-million dollar contract. In the 2005-2006 season the team acquire Caron Butler. Later then became part of the Washington Wizards Big Three and was called the Tough Juice of the team according to their coach Eddie Jordan. This is because of his technique and aggressiveness while he plays.
Unfortunately, he encountered injuries during the past seasons that made him missed the 20 games out of 35 Wizards games in 2008.