The Washington Wizards' season is over — and it ended in perhaps the most excruciating way possible.
Al Horford grabbed a key offensive rebound and scored the go-ahead basket with 1.9 seconds left, and the Atlanta Hawks escaped with a 82-81 home victory over the Washington Wizards in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals Wednesday.
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall has five non-displaced fractures in his left wrist and hand, the team announced Thursday.
Summer hasn't even begun but already people are talking about the 2015 AT&T Nation's Football Classic, once again organized by Events DC that will feature Hampton and Howard Universities on Friday, Sept. 18.
In the end, John Wall's left hand was just too painful for him to go, and the Atlanta Hawks were too much for the Washington Wizards.
The Washington Wizards are still undefeated this postseason — and they're starting to get the rest of the nation's attention.
The Washington Wizards easily dispatched the Toronto Raptors, 125-94, at Verizon Center on Sunday, sweeping the Raptors out of the playoffs in the first-round series.
The Washington Wizards, led by a strong outings from Marcin Gortat and John Wall, held off the Toronto Raptors, 106-99, at Verizon Center on Friday, pushing the Raptors to the brink in their first-round playoff series.
The Nationals' spark plug and holder of the team's single season hits record has returned from the disabled list.
The NFL announced its 2015 regular season schedule Tuesday night, and the Washington Redskins' schedule features three prime-time games, including a Week 13 home contest against the Dallas Cowboys on ESPN's Monday Night Football.
The Washington Wizards rode the hot hand of Paul Pierce early, then held off a furious second-half rally to steal a 93-86 overtime road win from the Toronto Raptors in the opener of their first-round playoff series Saturday.
The Washington Nationals will host the All-Star Game in 2018, Major League Baseball announced Monday before the team's Opening Day game against the New York Mets.
Lamont Peterson hasn't quite decided on how he'll handle his rapidly approaching championship fight against undefeated Danny "Swift" Garcia. One thing he is sure of, though, is the result.
He wasn't even supposed to be in college, now he's about to play professionally.
Mike "Yes Indeed" Reed, a light welterweight boxer from the D.C. region, dominated in his return to his home turf Saturday, defeating Rhode Island's Eddie Soto by second-round TKO.