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    Everyone is losing patience with the too-cool-for-school Wizards
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    Everyone is losing patience with the too-cool-for-school Wizards
    Ever watch a silly, meandering movie and keep waiting for it to get better, until about halfway through, when you wonder if maybe you’re just kind of wasting your time? And then you finally shut it off, and/or throw the remote at the television and smash the television with a hammer and pour acid on […]

    ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. projects Baker Mayfield to Redskins in first mock draft. He’s not alone.
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. projects Baker Mayfield to Redskins in first mock draft. He’s not alone.
    Monday was the deadline for underclassmen to declare for the 2018 NFL draft, which means mock draft season is officially upon us. Please try to contain your excitement. The Redskins enter the offseason with many holes to fill via free agency and the draft, but their most critical need probably won’t be apparent until sometime after March […]

    Redskins safety D.J. Swearinger stopped eating meat — and has never felt better
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    Redskins safety D.J. Swearinger stopped eating meat — and has never felt better
    One of D.J. Swearinger’s most memorable moments this season came after Washington’s nationally televised Thanksgiving night win over the New York Giants, when the Redskins safety jumped into NBC’s postgame interview semicircle while gripping a warm turkey leg. His teammates were noticeably munching on the bird’s juicy flesh, and so it was natural for reporters to later […]

    Kirk Cousins as Antonio Canova, and other D.C. stars’ museum doppelgängers
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    Kirk Cousins as Antonio Canova, and other D.C. stars’ museum doppelgängers
    So, which famous work of art do you most resemble? Thanks to the Google Arts & Culture app, the answer is only a few taps away. The app’s face-matching feature, which uses machine learning to compare user-submitted selfies to portraits from more than 1,200 museums all over the world, went viral over the weekend. On […]

    For game at Naval Academy, the Caps will blare the blue instead of rock the red
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    For game at Naval Academy, the Caps will blare the blue instead of rock the red
    The Washington Capitals on Wednesday unveiled the jerseys and pants they will wear for their NHL Stadium Series outdoor game against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on March 3. In a nod to the U.S. Navy, Washington will take the ice in Annapolis in a predominantly navy blue uniform for the […]

    Post columnist Thomas Boswell voted into National Sports Media Association Hall of Fame
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    Post columnist Thomas Boswell voted into National Sports Media Association Hall of Fame
    The National Sports Media Association on Tuesday announced that Washington Post sports columnist Thomas Boswell was voted into the organization’s Hall of Fame. The other members of this year’s four-person class, who will be inducted during a ceremony in June in Winston-Salem, N.C., include HBO “Real Sports” host Bryant Gumbel, former North Carolina football and basketball radio voice Woody Durham […]

    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. […]

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