Trevor Booker thrilled for another shot

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Pos: F   Height: 6-7   Weight: 240   Hometown: Whitmire, SC (Union HS)  
Years Played: 2006 - 2009

According to an interview with the Washington Post, former Clemson star Trevor BookerTrevor Booker
#35 6-7, 240
Whitmire, SC

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assumed he would be getting a larger role with the Washington Wizards when he got back from his injury.

Booker started the first seven games in place of the injured Nene, lost his job, then hurt his knee while rising for a layup on Nov. 19 against the Indiana Pacers. He returned nearly two months later to discover that playing time would be hard to come by — and that he wouldn’t always be a part of the regular rotation as Coach Randy Wittman mixed and matched trying to find a combination that worked.

“Individually, I got injured again, but when I came back, when I got in games, I felt like I did a good job producing. My biggest thing is just staying healthy,” said Booker, who also played a career-low 47 games. “As a team, we started off slow. We had a lot of people injured, but once we got everybody healthy, we showed what we could do and I feel like if we had everybody healthy in the beginning, we would be fighting for maybe a four or five seed.”

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