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  • Washington, D.C., Mayor Vincent Gray, right, and D.C. United Managing Partner Jason Levien, center left, sign a deal to build a 20,000-seat soccer stadium for D.C. United in Southwest Washington just blocks from Nationals Ballpark, Washington, D.C., Thursday, July 25, 2013. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

    United, D.C. hope this new stadium plan will be the last

    "It's a huge first step," United coach Ben Olsen said. "We've had these before, but this one's different because of the resources the ownership group has, and it's in D.C. We haven't gone down this road with the District."


  • Lionel Hollins out as Memphis Grizzlies coach

    The Memphis Grizzlies have decided to part with the winningest coach in the franchise's history, telling Lionel Hollins they will not be renewing his contract as head coach coming off their first trip to the Western Conference finals.


  • Ryan M.L. Young/The Washington Times

    FLOYD: Time to make United's field a dream come true

    It's quite easy to breed cynicism. So any wariness regarding D.C. United's new ownership group, introduced Tuesday at a classy affair atop the W Hotel, is understandable. We've seen the pomp and circumstance before. But when it comes to finding the club a soccer-specific stadium, the D.C. faithful know not to get their hopes up.


  • D.C United president Kevin Payne, along with co-owners Erick Thohir, Jason Levien and Will Chang greet members of the media at an introductory news conference Tuesday. One of the group's primary goals is to establish a permanent home for the MLS franchise. United have played at aging RFK Stadium since their inception in 1996. (Ryan M.L. Young/The Washington Times)

    Stadium a priority for D.C. United's new ownership

    As D.C. United on Tuesday took a long-awaited step into a new era of ownership, investor Jason Levien saved a moment during the announcement to observe his extended family.


  • Pair sue ex-76ers owner over $2M finder's fee

    Two sports executives have sued former Philadelphia 76ers owner Comcast-Spectacor seeking a $2 million finder's fee over the team's October sale.


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