NBA Wizards 

Beal’s heroics not enough, Wizards rally falls short

With 5.8 seconds left in the game, the Washington Wizards found themselves in possession of the ball and down two points to the visiting Miami Heat. John Wall inbounded the ball to Bradley Beal who came off a screen at the foul line and caught the ball at the top of the key, behind the three point line. Beal’s defender,... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

Maryland uses big third quarter to beat Niagara on Field Trip Day

“Trap game.” According to Urban Dictionary, the definition is as such. ” A trap game is a game played against an opponent generally deemed to be easy to defeat. As a result a person or team may not prepare as thoroughly as they would for a formidable opponent. Often this attitude and lack of preparation lead to a loss.” The Maryland Terrapins Womens Basketball team found... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

The Terps Fall Short To The Reigning Champs

The reigning national champions came into College Park ready to show the country that last year was a sign of things to come, while Maryland was ready to prove that they can hang with anyone. With both teams entering the game 1-0, Monday night would a be an early test to gauge how good they are respectively. The Gamecocks started... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

Breaking down Maryland’s loss to South Carolina

Jerrell Leeper and Wilson Tarpeh Jr. share their thoughts on the big matchup between the South Carolina Gamecocks and Maryland Terrapins on Monday night. Maryland went down by 26 before making a furious rally to give South Carolina a scare late. It was a good test for both teams and an experience that both teams can grow from. Read More
NBA Wizards 

Wizards cruise to third straight win

By Cardell Dudley Washington D.C. – John Wall post 23 points and 9 assist and Marcin Gortat added 18 points and 7 rebounds as the Washington Wizards (8-5) won their third straight defeating the Sacramento Kings (3-10) 110-92. Kings guard George Hill got things started with a three capitalizing off the sluggish Wizards defense. Wall answered with back to back... Read More
NBA Wizards 

Washington’s defense and depth leads to rout of Hawks

A slumping Hawks(2-10) team came to Capital One Arena last night and Washington made sure they wouldn’t be leaving with their third victory of the season. John Wall was feeling under the weather and originally wasn’t expecting to play. It was Dennis Schroder who wound up feeling sick after his performance against Washington. The Wizards had their first back-to-back solid... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

After slow start, Maryland runs past Albany

Albany head coach Joanna Bernabei-Mcnamee worked on Frese’s staff in 2006-2007, the NCAA Championship team. So it was a homecoming of sorts for her yesterday as her team came to College Park to take on the Terrapins. Maryland received their Big Ten Conference Championship rings from last season prior to the game, then their new chapter began, officially closing the... Read More
NBA Wizards 

Wall leads defensive charge in rout of Lakers

Defense has been the topic in the Nation’s Capital for easily the last week or so, especially over the last three games. The Washington Wizards hosted the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday night at Capital One Arena. There were a few of big time blocks by John Wall (3 blocks), multiple deflections that led to the Wizards out running in... Read More
NBA Wizards 

Defensive struggles continue as Wizards fall to Mavericks

The Washington Wizards returned to the Capital One Arena after winning their last game on the road to put them over the .500 mark. They hosted the 1-10 Dallas Mavericks Tuesday night. The Mavericks started the game with a lob from Wes Matthews to rookie sensation Dennis Smith Jr. and from that point on the Mavericks never relinquished the lead.... Read More
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