Center Marcin Gortat briefly expressed displeasure with where he was positioned in the Washington Wizards offense, but has now taken to Twitter to point out that he is satisfied in his role.

He has been pushed farther away from the rim on occassion, but the majority of Gortat's shots come in the restricted era, as pointed out. His being away from the rim is most likely a product of screen-and-roll scenarios with John Wall.

There was one game against the LA Clippers on Dec. 14 in which Gortat struggled and found himself away from the paint. He finished that game 3-of-10 and missed six shots away from the restricted area.

"I just don't like the position I play. I'm constantly drifting more and more away from the basket. Quite honestly, that's not my game. I'm capable of making or

two plays like that but I feel more comfortable underneath the basket," Gortat said, according to "I just got to talk to coach and clear things up. Just make sure we're on the same page."

Gortat has actually played solid basketball since joining the Wizards, with averages of 13.1 points and 9.0 rebounds in 22 games, which might explain why he took to Twitter to clear up his comments.