Washington manages only one field goal in the fourth quarter but holds on for a win against Tulsa.
Sunday’s breast cancer awareness game has special meaning this year for Mystics guard Ivory Latta.
Johnny Manziel may dominate headlines, but Titans RB Bishop Sankey and Bills WR Sammy Watkins should command attention on fantasy draft day.
Ivory Latta scores 23, keeps Washington in thick of Eastern Conference playoff chase.
Two featured backs present tempting targets for fantasy football owners, but which RB should get the nod on draft day?
Washington begins a three-game homestand Wednesday with momentum on its side.
Wizards duo of Glen Rice Jr. and Otto Porter leads the pack, while 2014 top pick Andrew Wiggins showed off vast potential.
Center Kevin Seraphin agrees to one-year deal worth $3.89 million, according to sources familiar with the deal.
Floyd Mayweather’s press tour came into Washington Monday night, a little later than expected. But hey, this is boxing, so really, expect the unexpected.
Undisputed pound-for-pound champion Floyd Mayweather doesn't let delays keep him from D.C.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. promotes his rematch with Marcos Maidana in conjunction with a free Wale concert Monday night in Washington.
Washington places all starters in double figures, but comeback falls short as it loses ninth of its past 12.
Coach Mike Thibault and Washington seek to complete home stand with a victory over Indiana before embarking on a season-long five-game losing streak.
Monique Currie has a game-high 18 points, but defensive breakdowns end a two-game winning streak.
Belgian forward Emma Meesseman shot 11 of 14 from the field as Washington earned a 69-63 win.
Two weeks after turning pro, Aussie Oliver Goss shoots a 5-under-par 66 to move into a tie for the lead.
Washington looks to keep improving in several areas as it begins a homestand against the surging Sun.
Turnovers and rebounding prove costly for Washington, which loses, 75-67, to Atlanta at home.
Washington enters Friday's game on a season-long three-game slide, and the fix begins with better restarts.
Emma Meesseman is the only Washington player to score in double figures as Phoenix wins easily.
Gene Wang joined The Washington Post sports department in 1990 as a member of the high school staff and worked as a copy editor and assignnment editor for almost 19 years. In 2010 he began the role he continues in today, serving as reporter covering many local and national beats, including Navy football, the Capitals, Wizards, Nationals, women’s basketball, auto racing, boxing and golf. Gene was born in the District and raised in Northern Virginia, attended high school at St. Albans and college at Georgetown University.