2005-06 Washington Wizards Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 42-40
Finishing 2nd in the NBA's Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference
Postseason: 2-4 Lost conference first round
Conference First Round - Lost to Cleveland Cavaliers 4-2
Coach: Eddie Jordan (42-40)
Location: Washington, District of Columbia
Attendance: 705,062, Avg. 17,197 in 41 home dates
2005-06 Washington Wizards Statistics
2005-06 Washington Wizards Results

The Washington Wizards of the National Basketball Association ended the 2005-06 season with a record of 42 wins and 40 losses, finishing second in the NBA's Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 2-4. Eddie Jordan coached the team. The 2005-06 Washington Wizards lost in the conference first round.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Gilbert ArenasGJanuary 6, 19826'3"191ArizonaTampa, FL USA
Chucky AtkinsGAugust 14, 19745'11"160South FloridaOrlando, FL USA
Andray BlatcheFAugust 22, 19866'11"235noneSyracuse, NY USA
Calvin BoothCMay 7, 19766'11"230Penn StateReynoldsburg, OH USA
Caron ButlerFMarch 13, 19806'7"217ConnecticutRacine, WI USA
Antonio DanielsGMarch 19, 19756'4"195Bowling GreenColumbus, OH USA
Jarvis HayesG-FAugust 9, 19816'7"220GeorgiaAtlanta, GA USA
Brendan HaywoodCNovember 11, 19797'0"266North CarolinaNew York, NY USA
Antawn JamisonFJune 12, 19766'8"223North CarolinaShreveport, LA USA
Jared JeffriesFNovember 25, 19816'9"215IndianaBloomington, IN USA
Michael RuffinFJanuary 21, 19776'8"246TulsaDenver, CO USA
Awvee StoreyFApril 18, 19776'6"225Arizona StateChicago, IL USA
Donell TaylorGJuly 26, 19826'6"180Alabama-BirminghamWashington, DC USA
Billy ThomasGDecember 23, 19756'4"208KansasShreveport, LA USA
Etan ThomasF-CApril 1, 19786'9"256SyracuseNew York, NY USA



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