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Reggie Miller Talks About the Wizards

NBA All-Star-turned-TNT broadcaster Reggie Miller sits down with the
D.C. Sports Bog to talk Wizards, among other things.

By Alexa Steele  |  December 11, 2008; 3:51 PM ET
 
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I couldn't agree more with reggie about caron and his value to the squad, tough juice is certainly that and for the wizards we need any grit and grime we can get. Even when gil was healthy caron was the backbone of the team, he simply couldn't break the scoreboard in 4 minutes like gil, gil became one of 5-10 unguardable offensive weapons in the league, and very arguably could've been top 3 offensively, the kind of player that took over a game, when needed, or simply when the hibachi was heatin up. The size of caron's heart cannot be measured given the effort he's put forth this season. By far our most reliable physical presence even at small forward and what should be the 2. Keep the effort and we may surprise some people by playing decently.

Posted by: bford1kb | December 11, 2008 4:36 PM | Report abuse

WELL ALL OF YOU EJ HATERS HEARD REGGIE AND I QUOTE"EDDIE JORDAN DID NOT DESEVED TO GET FIRED"

Posted by: dargregmag | December 11, 2008 4:44 PM | Report abuse

No real news there. We've already heard the same thing from Wilbon, Fratello, Van Gundy, Barkley, and Smith.

Posted by: kalo_rama | December 11, 2008 4:48 PM | Report abuse

one thing i did like about eddie jordan is that he played javele mcgee quite a bit...tapscott for whatever reason doesnt like to...mcgee does have one major weakness...and it pisses me off that no one helps him correct it...watch next time when the opposing team is shooting a freethrow...when the ball is released from the players hand...ur not supposed to move towards the basket, rather u should stay as far back, with ur body on a defender boxed out...mcgee will actually move towarsd the basket and jump to grab the board, relying more on timing..he does the same things for regular rebounds...he doesnt box out...he'll jump for the ball only...the great rebounders who have athleticism like him...understand that concept...if he understands how to properly box out and rebound, he would be a beast on the boards

Posted by: jasonma1 | December 11, 2008 4:54 PM | Report abuse

I've always liked Reggie as a player and as a game commentator he's very good and always fair.

It's important that commentators actually sit at the games and fly out for the games. I'm thinking of that horrid Thanksgiving game when ESPN's substitute commentators were calling the game from the studio and prattled on about absolutely nothing important, missed plays, and made a mess of it. They did not even have a clue about the Wizards players.

Posted by: rickgonz | December 11, 2008 5:12 PM | Report abuse

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