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Matthew Paras

Matthew Paras

Matthew Paras is a digital sports writer for the Washington Times, covering the Washington Capitals and whatever else is needed. Originally from Chicago, he attended DePaul University and was the editor in chief of the student newspaper, The DePaulia. He had previous internships with the Richmond Times-Dispatch and the Northwest Herald. He can be reached at [email protected].

Articles by Matthew Paras

Jeremy Maclin, Ravens agree to 2-year deal

Following his release from the Kansas City Chiefs, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin agreed Monday to a two-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens. Published June 12, 2017

Jeremy Maclin to visit Bills, Ravens

Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin was released on Friday, and he already has visits lined up with two teams. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Maclin will visit the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday and the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday. Published June 6, 2017

Former NBA player and current television analyst Charles Barkley, left, jokes with hockey greats Wayne Gretzky, right, and Paul Coffey, center, during a news conference before Game 4 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Finals between the Nashville Predators and the Pittsburgh Penguins Monday, June 5, 2017, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

Charles Barkley slams NBA playoffs, praises NHL

As an NBA analyst, Charles Barkley has seen a lot of one-sided basketball throughout the playoffs. So with TNT not broadcasting the NBA Finals, Barkley has been free to discuss his other interest -- hockey. Published June 6, 2017

In this June 9, 2016, file photo, retired NBA basketball player Kobe Bryant poses at the 2016 AFI Life Achievement Award Gala Tribute to John Williams in Los Angeles. Bryant came through with an assist for some high school students in Indiana by retweeting one student's request on May 18, 2017, to get them out of a final exam. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)

Kobe Bryant and Jalen Rose star in hilarious commercial

Kobe Bryant and Jalen Rose have always had a bit of a history. Rose injured Bryant's ankle in the 2000 NBA Finals and Bryant got his revenge years later, dropping 81 points on Rose and the Toronto Raptors in 2006. Published June 5, 2017