Capital City Go-Go

The Capital City Go-Go announced the completion of their staff in a press release today. Scott Schroeder (Assistant General Manager) and Amber Nichols (Director of Basketball Operations/Player Development) will round out the Go-Go’s front office along with GM, Pops Mensah-Bonsu. Coach Jarell Christian completed his coaching staff by adding fiveRead More →

Curry and Green celebrating

The NBA follows another exciting offseason with what shapes up to be another exciting regular season. There’s a lot of eyes on the Eastern Conference with LeBron gone to Los Angeles. Speaking of the key, can he lift a franchise that has gone dormant on the court. The boys byRead More →

Team USA Logo

USA Basketball announced the assistant coaches that will assist head coach Greg Popovich in his quest to continue Team USA’s dominance in International competition. Steve Kerr (head coach Golden State Warriors), Nate McMillan (head coach Indiana Pacers) and Jay Wright (head coach Villanova Wildcats) were named to the staff. EachRead More →

Capital City Go-Go logo

Monumental Sports announced that Meghan McPeak and Tony Massenburg will be the broadcast team for the Washington Wizards’ G-League team, Capital City Go-Go. Senior Vice President, Zach Leonsis said “Meghan and Tony will bring fans coverage of some of the best up-and-coming basketball talent in the DMV, and we areRead More →

Bradley Beal taking jump shot.

With LeBron James out of the East, most think the Boston Celtics are next in line to dominate. It makes sense. They have a star in Kyrie Irving. Quality second tier players like Gordon Hayward and Al Horford. A rising young star in Jayson Tatum. Not that long ago, itRead More →

NBA Logo

As the season approaches, NBA fans will see three rules changes that will impact the game. Shot Clock Resetting to 14 Seconds This could be the biggest change that fans will see. The shot clock will now reset to 14 seconds after an offensive rebound. This rule aligns with FIBARead More →

Kyrie Irving

It may seem that every year, there’s another big named free agent that has the interest of the Knicks and the free agent eventually spurns them for a more successful organization. NBC Sports’ Dan Feldman is reporting that Kyrie Irving will be the Knicks’ target next offseason. Unlike the pastRead More →

Brian Bowen

We have seen players skip college and play overseas with mixed results. Would Brandon Jennings been better spending one year in college? How about Emanuel Mudiay? Or Terrance Ferguson? That can be debated until the cows come but what is apparent is players need an alternative to college. College isn’tRead More →