- The Washington Times - Thursday, January 29, 2009

THURSDAY ON WASHINGTONTIMES.COM

Join Capitals beat writer Corey Masisak for a live chat at 2 p.m. Thursday at washingtontimes.com/media/chats.

LOCAL POWER RANKINGS; WHO’S CREATING BUZZ IN THE D.C. AREA?

Gary Williams

As if all the losses weren’t bad enough, the Terps’ coach is catching heat from fans and Maryland’s administration.

Clinton Portis

Refused to commit to all offseason workouts while insisting he and Jim Zorn are on the same page. Right…

Alex Ovechkin

Capitals star can take hits as well as he gives; he got back on the ice in loss to Boston after suffering a stinger.

Rob Dibble

He is easily the most high-profile, hardest-throwing pickup the Nationals have made this offseason.

Marcelo Gallardo

D.C. United’s highest-paid player is absent from training camp while flirting with his old Argentine club.

TWT FIVE: BIG MEN THE WIZARDS CAN SIGN

Down to rookie JaVale McGee after an injury to Andray Blatche, the Wizards need help down low. Here are the folks waiting for work:

1. P.J. Brown: The 15-year veteran would bring a dose of professionalism.

2. Austin Croshere: Just waived by the Spurs, he’s 6-foot-10 and can shoot.

3. Paul Davis: The Clippers waived the former Michigan State player earlier this month.

4. Lance Allred; D-League player averages 14.0 points and 9.5 rebounds for Idaho.

5. Peter John Ramos: At 7-foot-3, the somewhat-familiar face is still only 23 years old.


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