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VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: Washington Wizards star Gilbert Arenas began serving his sentence Friday night when he arrived at the Montgomery County Detention Center at 7:40 p.m., jail officials said. Arenas pleaded guility to a gun charge in the District and a judge sentenced him to two years probation with the first 30 days at […]

By Mark F. Gray Phil Mickelson may have won the 2010 Masters but even in defeat it was Tiger Woods who proved once he steps between the ropes on a golf course he is still the man. The world’s number one golfer wasn’t at his best for 72 holes but he was able to push […]

Check out our photos from Donovan McNabb’s press conference with the Washington Washington Football Team. Let’s welcome the newest Redskin to the team.

The Washington Convention and Sports Authority (WCSA) and BEST Experiential Properties are bringing Hoop It Up, the largest three on three basketball tour in the world, to CityCenter DC on Saturday and Sunday, April 24 – 25. CityCenter DC is located in the heart of downtown D.C. at 11th & H Streets, NW, allowing spectators […]

VIA Washington Football Team.COM: The Washington Football Team will allow quarterback Jason Campbell to seek a trade to another NFL team, head coach Mike Shanahan said. Campbell and Shanahan had a lunch meeting on Monday, shortly after the team acquired Donovan McNabb in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles. Shanahan said Campbell asked if he […]

By Mark F. Gray In a high stakes game of NFL poker the Burgundy and Gold went straight Phil Ivey by acquiring Donovan McNabb from the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday night. A shrewd piece of front office maneuvering that weakens a division rival has now given Washington a chance to change the direction of the franchise […]

Two local college basketball players, who previously won Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference and Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference player of the year awards respectively, earned national player of the year honors as selected by HBCU sports fans around the country. Morgan State’s Reggie Holmes and Bowie State’s Duke Crews won the annual Heritage Sports Radio Network (HSRN) […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis and the estate of sports entrepreneur Abe Pollin have reached an agreement on a price for Leonsis to purchase the Washington Wizards and Verizon Center, overcoming the single biggest obstacle in his path to take ownership, according to several sources familiar with the negotiations. The entire […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: Prosecutors recommended on Tuesday that Wizards star guard Gilbert Arenas spend three months in jail for bringing guns into the Verizon Center locker room. Prosecutors also proposed that Arenas serve three years probation and perform 300 hours of community service. The recommendations came in a sentencing memo to the court that […]

From www.swac.org March 19, 1993 is a red letter day in SWAC basketball history. It was a day when the unthinkable happened as Southern University and Jackson State pulled off a pair of stunning postseason upsets. Southern, the SWAC Tournament champion ran circles around Georgia Tech as they defeated the Yellow Jackets 93-78 in the […]