Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images Can the Wizards’ losing streak end? The Washington Wizards are still on the road. Having just lost in Chicago, they go on a bus to nearby Indianapolis less than 200 miles southeast to face the Indiana Pacers in Indianapolis, hoping to get a much needed W following two consecutive losses. Game info When: : Friday, December 9, 7 p.m. … [Read more...] about Preview: Wizards look to bounce back vs. Pacers
Ariel Atkins and the Mystics will have a 40 game season in 2023. | Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images It’s been a little while since I wrote about the Mystics. So here are some quick thoughts about the 2023 season schedule release. The Washington Mystics’ 2023 schedule was released on Nov. 30. Here are three of the major things that highlight this season. The … [Read more...] about What differences will we see in the Mystics’ 2023 season?
John Wall has played a reserve role for the Clippers this season. | Photo by Issac Baldizon/NBAE via Getty Images The Clippers guard recently gave an interview to Ava Wallace of The Washington Post on how he is trying to stay relevant in the league. The Washington Wizards will play the Los Angeles Clippers tomorrow night at Capital One Arena. Former Washington star … [Read more...] about Wall reflects on adjusting his role to stay in the NBA
The Treasury Department said Friday it is imposing sanctions on a broad array of people and companies around the world for corruption and human rights abuses - from illegal fishing operations in Chinese waters to kickbacks in Guatemala - in recognition of International Anti-Corruption Day. … [Read more...] about U.S. sanctions firms for rights abuses on Anti-Corruption Day
South Koreans will be losing a year off their ages after the country scraps the traditional Korean aging system, wherein newborns are a year old, for the international system measuring age from the date of birth. … [Read more...] about South Koreans will be getting a year younger as country adopts international aging system