Competition for Wizards PG is wide open
Tue, 2 Oct 2012|
Csnwashington.com. They -- Wizards training camp went off without a hitch head coach Randy Wittman was pleasantly surprised that the team arrived in camp. In shape but the big -- will continue to be John Wall out for at least eight weeks with a knee injury. As Chris Miller reports three guys from they're from basketball backgrounds are vying for minutes and a roster spot. With John Wall relegated to spectator for at least eight weeks Randy Wittman will rely on three guys with a total twelve years of NBA experience. To pick up the slack. I'm not looking -- anything different than why we brought him in here -- they are who they are and they they don't need to know was John come and try to be somebody do that's the main thing you know try to be somebody different than what they are. -- Shelvin Mack is the incumbent recently signed Jannero Pargo enters his ninth year. Both guards understand there is a realistic opportunity to earn the job. Does that mean you know competition. I think competition is healthy no all three of us can convince me get better permanent nerve from each other. And my game just missed for the teams you know when I was veterans to -- -- just -- and going. If it's really great if not I'll support. And then there's third year fit -- price who only knows one system having plea for Indiana he too considers this his chance to -- Even with wall in the starting lineup every game last season the Wizards were not a pass happy bunch. Averaging just nineteen assists per game which ranked 27 in the NBA so distributing the basketball and efficient manner will be deciding factor who will be the starter. On an interim basis. -- -- -- just what I do best just control offense and targeted by touches on. As a point guard you do makes -- game so much easier. Guys tend to play harder after own defenses and really didn't get touches so. That's my job -- made it easier for a lot of guys to score a lot of points so I know talk on the same thing you know pushed the ball. He's got a lot of guys easy on naive as focused offensively to score in half court. At the Patriots and with the Wizards Chris Miller CSN Washington. CSN Washington dot com.