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NBA Wizards 

Remember Them Days: John Wall shines during the 2010 NBA Summer League

      All eyes were on the number one overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, as the 2010 NBA Summer League began. John Wall, fresh off earning SEC Player of the Year, ALL-SEC First Team and AP NCAA All America First Team honors during his dominant freshman season at the University of Kentucky where he averaged 16.6 points,... Read More
P.I.T.S League 

Anonymous survives the Huddle Show, advances to Finals

The first round of the 2017 P.I.T.S League started last night on both the mens and womens side of things. The first game of last night’s double-header was Team Anonymous taking on the Huddle Show. It didn’t look like it was going to be a classic finish at the start, but it was by the closing buzzer. Anon beat the... Read More
P.I.T.S League 

Don’t Matter survives and advances, free throws haunt Young Kings

Similar to the NCAA’s play-in game, the mens bracket of the 2017 P.I.T.S League Playoffs started last night with a matchup between Team Don’t Matter and Young Kings. Just like the womens first round matchup prior, this one went down to the wire. Don’t Matter would pull out 63-62 win, to advance to the next round where they’ll face the... Read More
P.I.T.S League 

2017 P.I.T.S League Playoff Preview

By Cardell Dudley Finally the REAL season as I like to call the postseason is among us. The P.I.T.S League playoffs are set to begin Thursday 9:30 p.m. at Kettering-Largo Recreation Center, which is located at 431 Watkins Park Drive, Upper Marlboro, MD. This is a unique postseason as a women’s champion will be crowned for the first time in the ultra... Read More
Mystics WNBA 

In physical game with New York, Washington’s depth the difference

The Washington Mystics showed that this is a different year and a different team. They not only survived a flat out war with the New York Liberty, but were the aggressors for stretches in their 67-54 win last night in the Verizon Center. In past years, teams like the Liberty and Indiana Fever would get Washington off their game by... Read More
Mystics WNBA 

Washington methodical in their blowout win over Seattle

The last three games have been very interesting for the Washington Mystics. Two games ago they suffered their second loss of the season to the Lynx on the road in  Minnesota. Instead of allowing that to spiral them into a losing streak, Washington responded with a blowout win on the road in Chicago before coming home. It could have been... Read More
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