NBA Combine; Five Prospects To Keep An Eye On

With the NBA Combine now underway, prospects finally get to show off their talents. Many players opted to skip the combine (Lonzo Ball, Dennis Smith) while others are choosing not to participate in 5-on-5 activities (De'Aaron Fox, T.J. Leaf). Some players might use feedback from NBA personnel to decide whether

The Sweet Life of Mike Sweetney: The Not So Sweet Under Story

DMV native Mike Sweetney, wore #34 for the Georgetown Hoyas in the early 2000s. At 6’8, 275lbs he drew comparisons to his predecessor Patrick Ewing. Sweetney represented everything the Georgetown basketball had built itself to be. He ranks among the top players to ever step foot in a Georgetown blue and

Wizards Rest Players; no 50 Win season

  With three starters resting, the Washington Wizards fell to the Miami Heat for the fourth time this season 110-102. Miami Brings the Heat With the playoffs starting this weekend and Washington locked in at the fourth seed, Washington rested John Wall, Bradley Beal, and Markieff Morris.  Although they were missing starters, the

Wizards Win on the road without John Wall

No Wall, No Problem With All-Star Poing Guard, John Wall out with a quad injury and Otto Porter, Jr. missing his second consecutive game with a back injury, Washington knew they had to cover a lot of ground. The Wizards looked good without their two starters.  The two teams were evenly

Wizards Disappoint in Regular Season Home Finale

The Washington Wizards are now 0-3 against the Miami Heat this season after a 106-103 loss. Who Want is More?? In their regular season home game finale, Washington came out on a 17-9 run to set the tone.  However, the Heat were spoilers as they went on a 8-0 run to tie the