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    On the eve of Nats’ spring training opener, Charlie Slowes will call a Caps game
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    On the eve of Nats’ spring training opener, Charlie Slowes will call a Caps game
    As soon as you get past New Year’s, Charlie Slowes says of spring training, you know it’s coming. Slowes will begin his 14th season as one half of the Washington Nationals’ radio broadcast team in Florida next month, and this year, in addition to familiarizing himself with Grapefruit League rosters and nonroster invitees, his preparation over the […]

    American curlers have heard your jokes about the sport. Their response: Try it.
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    American curlers have heard your jokes about the sport. Their response: Try it.
    Don’t bother telling Joe Rockenbach your curling jokes. He’s heard them all. As president of his local curling club, Rockenbach has listened to people tell him that curling is not a real sport. Or about how curlers must be skilled house cleaners because their sport involves sweeping. Those comments used to irk Rockenbach, a 37-year-old […]

    She left U-Conn. — and became college basketball’s leading rebounder at George Mason
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    She left U-Conn. — and became college basketball’s leading rebounder at George Mason
    It’s a 15-minute drive from Natalie Butler’s home to George Mason’s campus, making the school’s basketball facilities as familiar as the living room couch. Butler’s dad has a membership to the RAC, the school’s Recreation and Athletic Complex. She and her younger brother visited the gym dozens and dozens of times together: to work on […]

    Marcin Gortat welcomed a D.C. teacher and two of her students to Poland
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    Marcin Gortat welcomed a D.C. teacher and two of her students to Poland
    Marcin Gortat and the Polish embassy have collaborated to offer Wizards fans a crash course in Polish culture at one home game every season since he was traded to Washington in 2013. Last summer, Gortat, who will celebrate his fifth Polish Heritage Night with the Wizards at Saturday’s game against the Nets, helped provide two D.C. […]

    Ain’t no half-steppin’ on Wizards’ Old School Hip-Hop Night
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    Ain’t no half-steppin’ on Wizards’ Old School Hip-Hop Night
    The most interesting Wizards development this week? No, it’s not the home loss to a lesser opponent; that happens pretty regularly. And no, it’s not Bradley Beal and John Wall lagging behind in fan voting for the All-Star Game; that’s sadly predictable, too. The most interesting headline is therefore the one above. Friday night is […]

    Wizards’ new practice center remains on schedule for September opening
    Posted on Thursday January 11, 2018

    Wizards’ new practice center remains on schedule for September opening
    About nine months before the Wizards will open their first training camp at their new District home, the Southeast facility remains on-schedule for a September opening. That was the biggest message during a festive “topping out” ceremony Thursday morning at the work site in Congress Heights. Construction workers and dignitaries munched on crab cakes and […]

    Stephen A. Smith to the Wizards: ‘Y’all right now are looking like straight garbage’
    Posted on Thursday January 11, 2018

    Stephen A. Smith to the Wizards: ‘Y’all right now are looking like straight garbage’
    Could a stern talking-to from Stephen A. Smith be the spark the Wizards need to end their maddeningly frustrating habit of losing games to objectively bad teams? We may begin to find out Friday, when Washington hosts the woeful Orlando Magic, losers of six straight and 15 of their past 16. After the Wizards tied a […]

    Rodney Hood smacks phone out of fan’s hand after being ejected from Wizards game
    Posted on Thursday January 11, 2018

    Rodney Hood smacks phone out of fan’s hand after being ejected from Wizards game
    Jazz guard Rodney Hood was ejected from Wednesday’s game against the Wizards at Capital One Arena after being assessed his second technical foul for arguing with officials late in the third quarter of Utah’s 107-104 win. On his way to the locker room, Hood knocked a phone out of the hands of a man in a […]

    Curling fan Vernon Davis says NFL players ‘would love the sport if they knew more about it’
    Posted on Wednesday January 10, 2018

    Curling fan Vernon Davis says NFL players ‘would love the sport if they knew more about it’
    The 2017 NFL season marked the return of joy and creativity to end zones throughout the league, whose relaxed prohibitions against fun once again permitted players to celebrate touchdowns with choreographed routines and to use the sacred pigskin as a prop without penalty. One of the more amusing routines came in September, when a group of players celebrated a score […]

    About that Kirk Cousins contract offer late in the 2015 season
    Posted on Wednesday January 10, 2018

    About that Kirk Cousins contract offer late in the 2015 season
    The Washington Post hasn’t skimped on its coverage of Kirk Cousins’s fan forum last Friday. In fact, our approach has been whatever the opposite of “skimped” is. This was likely the most-covered season-ending fan forum in Washington Redskins quarterbacking history. And we’ve also gone over Cousins’s revelation of the team’s interest in signing him to a […]

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