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08 Nov 2014

I could play a backup role at the point guard spot and [get] everybody involved, so I think I could fit well here. More familiarity for Creek flowed from the presence of former George Washington teammate and fellow Maryland native Isaiah Armwood. Together, the duo sparked the Colonials to a berth in this years NCAA tournament . Both Creek, a 6-foot-5 guard with offensive efficiency, and Armwood, a fierce post player who averaged 8.4 rebounds and 1.5 blocks as a senior, possess some of the tools necessary to meet the Wizards pressing needs entering Thursdays draft. With eight players set to join LeBron James on the free agent market on July 1, Washingtons position at the 16th spot in the second round (No. 46 overall) holds long-term value. The injury-plagued Nene is the lone Wizards post player currently under contract entering next season, and with Andre Miller set to turn 39 in March the team must address its backup point guard situation sooner than later. They like to run a lot, and thats what link I like to do, said Armwood, who also had workouts with Denver, Miami and Sacramento. I can be that three or four guy that rebounds the ball, be a lockdown defender.
News source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wizards-insider/wp/2014/06/24/wizards-work-out-gw-alums-isaiah-armwood-and-maurice-creek/



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