Bullets take look at Gaze in tryout

March 08, 1994|By Jerry Bembry

Washington Bullets officials got their first close look at former Seton Hall swingman Andrew Gaze, who worked out after the team's practice yesterday at Bowie State.

Gaze, who arrived from his native Australia on Sunday, attended the team's practice yesterday morning.

He did not participate, but after the session he worked out for coach Wes Unseld and general manager John Nash. Bullets officials kept Gaze under wraps, not allowing media members to talk to the 28-year-old who helped Seton Hall to the NCAA championship game five years ago.

"We didn't do a whole lot with him," Unseld said of yesterday's workout. "We did some shooting drills and measurements, vertical jumps and broad jumps. It'll be a little more extensive [today]."

Gaze is expected to sign a 10-day contract with the Bullets this week. The roster is now full, with Rex Chapman and Kenny Walker returning last week from the injured list. Forward Ron Anderson's 10-day contract expires tomorrow, which could result in the roster opening.

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