Chasson Randle

Capital City Go-Go announced two significant roster moves today. The Go-Go re-acquired Chasson Randle after he was released by the Washington Wizards. To make room for Randle, the Go-Go released Devin Sweetney. Sweetney made the team through the open tryout process. The Wizards assigned Thomas Bryant to the Capital CityRead More →

Draymond Green and Kevin Durant high fiving

Any hint of discourse on a dominant team will grab headlines. Not too long ago, there were some rumblings about Tom Brady’s trainer and Patriots management. The Yankees have a history of supposed team crippling dugouts and front offices. How many World Series titles do they have? The latest involvesRead More →

Capital City Go-Go vs Rio Grande Valley Vipers opening tip

Coming off their first win, the Capital City Go-Go looked to build upon the momentum. They received a boost when Chasson Randle was reassigned by the Washington Wizards. Randle had been up with the Washington Wizards for their road trip. Unfortunately the Rio Grande Valley Vipers weren’t the most graciousRead More →

Jimmy Butler

The Sixers trade for Jimmy Butler wasn’t an inexpensive one. The trade as reported has Minnesota sending Jimmy Butler and Justin Patton to Philadelphia for Robert Covington, Dario Saric, Jerryd Bayless  and a 2022 second-round draft. It’s obvious the Sixers are living in the now. Prior to the Butler trade,Read More →

Golden State's Kevin Durant and Steph Curry

Those who know me know I never root for the Golden State Warriors. There’s nothing about that team I like. I don’t like Steph Curry’s smugness. Kevin Durant’s sensitivity about the smallest things is a bigger chart topper than Ralph Tresvant. Draymond Green’s poor attempt to be the great BillRead More →

Chris Chiozza with a jumper

The scene is what you would think from a city proud of its heritage. With a Go-Go style national anthem along with plenty of the genre that defines the city, during the game. “The crowd was electric,” said Go-Go head coach Jarell Christian. Unfortunately, for the Go-Go, they would openRead More →

Capital City Go-Go

The Capital City Go-Go waived Quinton Chievous. Chievous played his college years at Tennessee and then Hampton. Prior to coming to DC, he had stops with the Iowa Energy, Santa Cruz Warriors, and Iowa Wolves. The Go-Go recently added Denver’s Two-Way player, Thomas Welsh.Read More →

Capital City Go-Go

The Capital City Go-Go are just a few days from making their debut in NBA’s G-League. The Nation’s Capital has becomes somewhat of a hot bed for sports success. The Washington Capitals won the Stanley Cup. The Washington Mystics made it to the WNBA finals. Up next is Washington’s newestRead More →