2002-03 Washington Wizards Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 37-45
Finishing 5th in the NBA's Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference
Coach: Doug Collins (37-45)
Location: Washington, District of Columbia
Attendance: 827,092, Avg. 20,173 in 41 home dates
2002-03 Washington Wizards Statistics
2002-03 Washington Wizards Results

The Washington Wizards of the National Basketball Association ended the 2002-03 season with a record of 37 wins and 45 losses, finishing fifth in the NBA's Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. Doug Collins coached the team.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Kwame BrownC-FMarch 10, 19826'11"240noneCharleston, SC USA
Brian CardinalFMay 2, 19776'8"245PurdueTolono, IL USA
Juan DixonGOctober 9, 19786'3"164MarylandBaltimore, MD USA
Anthony GoldwireGSeptember 6, 19716'1"175HoustonWest Palm Beach, FL USA
Brendan HaywoodCNovember 11, 19797'0"266North CarolinaNew York, NY USA
Larry HughesGJanuary 23, 19796'5"184Saint LouisSt. Louis, MO USA
Jared JeffriesFNovember 25, 19816'9"215IndianaBloomington, IN USA
Michael JordanG-FFebruary 17, 19636'6"195North CarolinaBrooklyn, NY USA
Christian LaettnerF-CAugust 17, 19696'11"235DukeAngola, NY USA
Tyronn LueGMay 3, 19776'0"175NebraskaMexico, MO USA
Charles OakleyF-CDecember 18, 19636'8"225Virginia UnionCleveland, OH USA
Bryon RussellFDecember 31, 19706'7"225Long Beach StateSan Bernardino, CA USA
Bobby SimmonsG-FJune 2, 19806'6"210DePaulChicago, IL USA
Jerry StackhouseG-FNovember 5, 19746'6"218North CarolinaKinston, NC USA
Etan ThomasF-CApril 1, 19786'9"256SyracuseNew York, NY USA
Jahidi WhiteF-CFebruary 19, 19766'9"290GeorgetownSt. Louis, MO USA



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