Hayes, always a Bullet, laments nickname change
Hershey should give thanks for team's loss Flyers' switch to Phantoms opens door to Avalanche; AHL notebook
Comsat Corp. to sell stake in Ascent Move expected since firm de-emphasized entertainment assets; Analysts applaud plan; Diverse interests had blurred image of Bethesda company
Fish has the name, trying to catch on with his game Traveler: Aspiring Bullet Matt Fish can laugh over name jokes, but doesn't find itinerant life funny.
Heat turns its attention to Barkley But once again, NBA may step in its path
Crockett resigns as Comsat CEO 2nd-quarter earnings down 74 percent from same period in 1995; New phone service; Holdings, including sports franchises, struggle financially
NBA dialing, dealing starts July 9 Bullets' big challenge is to keep Howard
Mount Mutombo just latest rocky mountain in Denver
Leaping figure skaters slam-dunk UMass-Georgetown in ratings
Price's dare becomes stroll Bullets win; His unchallenged layup defeats Nuggets, 92-90
Bullets' Wallace is out for season His fractured left thumb dims team's playoff hopes
No quarrel between flag and faith Ignoring the anthem: Player's gesture was political, sincere and wrong.
The Republic for which it stands
Standing for convictions beats standing for flag
Looking out for No. 1 Muggsy Bogues: His future in Charlotte uncertain, the former Dunbar star says he must focus on doing what's best for himself and his family.
New contract could send Jordan into stratosphere
Intelsat restructuring plan offered by Comsat, government
Ligaments reattached in Webber's shoulder 'Excellent chance' for full recovery
NBA coaches recognize Howard's star quality Bullets' 2nd-year player named Eastern reserve
Barkley may not be there to watch sickly Suns set
Shooting into spotlight Tim Legler: First-year Bullet is making most of his shots and making up for past NBA disappointment.
Moving forward Joe Smith: After a slow start, the former Maryland star is beginning to show people why he was the top pick in the NBA draft.
West Coast no longer has Bullets quaking
Going fast forward Robert Pack: Dumped by the Blazers and Nuggets, the super-quick point guard pumps life into the Bullets.
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Mourning, Riley have Heat on the rise
Sixers slip by Bullets, 105-103 Philly wins opener; Cheaney falls short on last-gasp shot
Tyson's sudden withdrawal leaves Fox grasping for ropes
Pain thwarts promise Bad luck comes early: Injuries to Chris Webber and Mark Price might leave Washington scrambling instead of challenging; Bullets 1995-96 preview
Bullets' Webber weighs surgery Option could mean missing entire season
Bullets get to point, trading for Pack MacLean, Overton go to Nuggets for guard
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Williams' big loss means big gains