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  • Analyzing Maryland's win over George Mason

    Analyzing Maryland's win over George Mason
    Welcome back to Morning Shootaround, a regular feature the day after Maryland games. While we can’t bring you into the Terps’ lockerroom after games – reporters haven’t been allowed in there since the last couple of years under...
  • Wizards' 12th loss in row, 118-92, is their worst this season

    Trail Blazers @Wizards Wednesday, 7p.m. TV: Comcast SportsNet Only a few seats down from the Washington Wizards' bench, owner Ted Leonsis sat courtside with Nationals owner Mark Lerner as his team hosted the San Antonio Spurs at Verizon Center....
  • Nets' Blatche rips Wizards, his former team

    Trail Blazers @Wizards Tonight, 7 TV: Comcast SportsNet Andray Blatche took just two shots in the Brooklyn Nets' 96-89 win over the rival New York Knicks on Monday night at Barclays Center. But on a night that should have been all about the...
  • Wizards' Wall can only wait to return to lineup

    Wizards' Wall can only wait to return to lineup
    Shirtless, John Wall crouched and dribbled a basketball above his head with his right hand and another low to the ground with his left hand. Unable to keep the routine together as he reached half-court, Wall grunted as he lost control, started over, and...
  • Hats Off to Hampden annual fundraiser coming April 13

    Hats Off to Hampden annual fundraiser coming April 13
    Organziers are hoping you bring your best hat — and your money — to the third annual Hats Off to Hampden on April 13, a $125-per-person gala fundraiser to benefit the Hampden Family Center. A "top hat" table for 10 costs $1,250. Last year'...
  • C.J. Fair relishes his re-do and helps Syracuse to Final Four

    C.J. Fair relishes his re-do and helps Syracuse to Final Four
    WASHINGTON — A year ago, C.J. Fair and top-seeded Syracuse left Boston's TD Garden unfulfilled after losing to No. 2 seed Ohio State in the NCAA tournament's East Regional final. Fair had done little to help, taking just two shots and scoring...
  • Syracuse's C.J. Fair focused on Final Four, not the NBA

    Syracuse's C.J. Fair focused on Final Four, not the NBA
    C.J. Fair is all too familiar with the history of former high school players from Baltimore who left Syracuse early for the NBA. This week, the 6-8 junior forward follows Carmelo Anthony, who as a freshman a decade ago led the Orange to its only...
  • Taylor Swift's 'Red Tour' to hit Verizon Center in May

    Taylor Swift's 'Red Tour' to hit Verizon Center in May
    Taylor Swift, one of the only musicians still capable of going platinum in a week, will headline Washington’s Verizon Center on May 11 and 12. Swift, whose new album “Red” will debut at the top of the Billboard 200 next week with 1.2...
  • The Beyonce sandwich, put an onion ring on it

    The Beyonce sandwich, put an onion ring on it
    If you're inviting company over for the premiere of the HBO Beyonce documentary on Saturday night -- isn't everybody? -- here's a sandwich for you to make your guests, courtesy of Hooplaha.com - Life With a Smile. You can find the recipe and photos...
  • Lessons from loss lead to first win for Caps

    It took until the fifth try and the eighth day of the season, but the Washington Capitals finally managed to put together a complete game under the guidance of first-year coach Adam Oates and come away with a victory. Fueled by contributions from every...
  • Caps fall to Habs, 4-1; 0-3 start to season is 'embarrassing'

    The first game full of errors, poor defensive coverage and careless penalties could easily be shrugged off as growing pains for a team with a new coach and new system. Maybe even the second, too. But as the Washington Capitals foundered for a third...
  • Raleigh native Dez Wells looking forward to Terps' game vs. N.C. State

    Raleigh native Dez Wells looking forward to Terps' game vs. N.C. State
    Maryland had just encountered its first bit of adversity of the young basketball season — its second straight conference defeat — and Dez Wells looked crestfallen. The swingman wore a faraway stare as he talked in a monotone to the media...