The Wizards’ path to the postseason got a little easier Monday, as the Toronto Raptors announced that All-Star point guard Kyle Lowry will likely miss the remainder of the regular season with a wrist injury.
Brooks looked everywhere for an answer Sunday afternoon against the brutish Utah Jazz. No matter which lever he pulled, nothing clicked, and the Wizards were washed away 102-92 by the muscular visitors from the Western Conference.
Tyler Cavanaugh scored 22 points and sparked a breakaway run in the second half as George Washington defeated George Mason 83-74 on Sunday to pull even with the Patriots in the Atlantic 10 standings.
Second-ranked Maryland clinched at least a share of the Big Ten regular-season title, beating Minnesota 93-60 Sunday on a special day for senior stars Brionna Jones and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough.
Washington’s defense looked like it did early in the season. That’s not good.
WNBA President Lisa Borders says she was “stunned and disappointed” to read that former star Candice Wiggins found her experience in the league “toxic.”
The team’s lone scholarship senior is in the midst of the worst shooting slump of his college career, and his offensive woes are a major reason the 18th-ranked Cavaliers are mired in their first four-game losing streak since 2009-10.
And as the trade deadline passed Thursday, the NBA landscape seemed remarkably unchanged. In all, seven deadline-day trades involving 14 players were put together by the 3 p.m. Eastern deadline - but no last-minute blockbusters.
Every move in the Eastern Conference at this season’s trade deadline had one purpose: Make a team more competitive with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Washington improved. How much is the question.
After being traded to the Wizards last season, Morris needed a place where his game and personal life could change. He found it, so far, in Washington.
Dupree McBrayer scored 14 of his 18 points in the second half, and Minnesota beat struggling No. 24 Maryland 89-75 on Wednesday night for its sixth straight victory.
Billy Garrett made two free throws with 0.2 seconds left and DePaul beat Georgetown 67-65 on Wednesday night to snap a 10-game losing streak.