Saturday, March 06, 2010

Looking at Lance Watson

Last night while recording this week's podcast, I was reminded that I hadn't done my customary "goodbye" to Lance Watson that I have done for other players that have left the Wizards. In his career in KC, Watson appeared in 36 league games, starting 24 of them, 19 of those starts came in the 2009 season when he was consistently the team's right back. He recorded his only assist in the team's 1-1 draw with DC in May of the 2009 season. He finished with 2,182 minutes played in league play. He added one playoff appearance, for a total of one minute along with multiple US Open Cup games and a couple SuperLiga games to finish his Wizards career with 43 games played, 29 starts for a total of 2,626 minutes played in all competitions.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I can't understand how Peter Vermes could let a dynamo player like Lance Watson go to another team. He was a sparkplug for the Wizards. Always in motion and hustling to take much of the preasure off Jimmy Conrad. We'll see if "not proven to be a coach" vermes'" decission to let Watson go works out