Drake To Host First-Ever ‘NBA Awards’The rapper took to social media to confirm the announcement, writing, “Hosting first-ever NBA Awards on TNT, June 26th – tune in.”
Balanced Hawks Hold Off Wizards 111-101, Even Series 2-AllIn a year when the geezers are coming up big in the NBA playoffs, add another one to the list.
Beal, Wall Lead Wizards Past Hawks 109-101 For 2-0 Series LeadThe series now shifts to Atlanta for Game 3 on Saturday.
Craig Heist Talks Wizards' Win And Capitals' Struggle With Maple LeafsCraig Heist of 106.7 The Fan in DC joined Ed and Rob to talk about the Wizards and Capitals in the playoffs.
Wall Scores Playoff-Best 32 As Wizards Beat Hawks In Game 1After John Wall told Markieff Morris what to expect in his NBA playoff debut, the Washington Wizards' All-Star guard showed everyone his postseason best.
Commissioner Adam Silver Wants A Woman As NBA Head CoachNBA Commissioner Adam Silver told ESPN that he's working hard to enlist a woman as a head NBA coach.
Coleman: Trimble Is Just Not Ready For The NBAUniversity of Maryland junior guard Melo Trimble announced today that he is forgoing his final year of collegiate eligibility to enter the NBA Draft and will sign with an agent. This is a terrible mistake no matter who was advising him. He's simply not ready.
Melo Trimble To Declare For NBA DraftUniversity of Maryland junior guard Melo Trimble announced on Wednesday that he is forgoing his final year of collegiate eligibility to enter the NBA Draft and will sign with an agent.
Wizards Beat Lakers 119-108 To Clinch Division TitleWater pooled on a table in the middle of the noisy locker room and soaked in the carpet. The Washington Wizards had just celebrated clinching the Southeast Division for the franchise's first division title in 38 years.
Way Back Wednesday: Baltimore Legend Reggie WilliamsThe 1981–82 Dunbar Poets finished the season at 29–0 during Williams's junior season and finished 31–0 during his senior season, and were ranked first in the nation by USA Today.
Garceau: Top 6 Greatest Sports PerformancesLast week was the 55th anniversary of one of the greatest performances in sports history. On a cold, rainy March night in 1962 Wilt Chamberlain did what no NBA player had done before or has done since.
Way Back Wednesday: Walt WilliamsWalter "The Wizard" Williams was a sharpshooting 6'8" forward/guard at the University of Maryland from 1988 to 1992.