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Sean Doolittle, loaded with info, is the perfect conduit’ for the Nats
Chelsea Janes    Coaching is an art,’ and Washington Nationals pitching strategist Sean Doolittle is trying to become a master.
Prospect Daylen Lile leaves Nats spring training game on a stretcher
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LeBron James becomes first NBA player to score 40,000 points
Glynn A. Hill    Read more
Rajah Caruth breaks through, becomes third Black driver to win NASCAR race
Gene Wang    Read more
With Evgeny Kuznetsov on waivers, Caps see a chance for a fresh start’
Kareem Copeland    Capitals center Evgeny Kuznetsov was cleared by the NHL’s player assistance program to resume practicing with the team.
Virginia sputters into March by getting rolled at No. 10 Duke
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Allie Kubek, her doubts in the past, is Maryland’s biggest X-factor
Candace Buckner    Read more
As Caitlin Clark breaks all the records, the NCAA can correct its own
John Feinstein    Iowa phenom Caitlin Clark created an easy win. The NCAA is letting it slip away.
Golden State University’ offers a lesson in how to remain relevant
Steven Goff    Read more
He had a heart attack and cancer, but he’ll leave basketball with a smile
Patrick Stevens    College basketball will miss Jeff Jones, who is stepping aside after more than years as a head coach to focus on his health.
The Nationals and Stephen Strasburg need to settle their business
Bailey Johnson    The Nationals think it’s going to work out with Stephen Strasburg. It better.
D.C. United stages late two-goal comeback to earn draw with Portland
Glynn A. Hill    Read more
Hoyas’ 15-point lead over Xavier fades away in yet another loss
Nicki Jhabvala and Sam Fortier    Read more
As trade deadline nears, Capitals are trying to thread a needle’
Ava Wallace    Read more
What’s new in Formula One as the 2024 season kicks off in Bahrain
Jonathan O'Connell, Sam Fortier, Teo Armus, Meagan Flynn, Gregory S. Schneider and Laura Vozzella    Read more
As top QBs spoke at NFL combine, Commanders began reshaping their roster
Ben Golliver    Read more
Wizards find ways to stay positive as losing streak reaches 14
Ben Strauss    Read more
March is here. Let’s answer some questions about the upcoming Madness.
Des Bieler    Read more
Inside Ted Leonsis’s decision to move Wizards, Capitals to Virginia
Chelsea Janes    After years of frustration in Chinatown and months of secret negotiations on both sides of the Potomac, an owner who once said he would never leave D.C. was lured to Alexandria
In Caitlin Clark, Pete Maravich has a studious and worthy heir
Frederic J. Frommer    Read more
As Sports Illustrated sputters, its owners throw a party for the brand’
Barry Svrluga    Read more
Sports TV and radio listings for D.C. region
Mark Maske    Channels and times for today’s games.
Tim Wakefield’s wife dies months after ex-pitcher’s death from cancer
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The talk of spring training this year? Somehow, it’s the pants.
Mark Maske    Read more
Decades before Shohei Ohtani, Mashi’ was a Japanese trailblazer
Des Bieler    Read more
Pro baseball is a grind, but Anthony Rendon could appreciate the game
Bailey Johnson    Read more
The Nats’ clubhouse vibes? Electric. The reason? Baseball cards.
Des Bieler    It’s a great clubhouse, new National Joey Gallo said. Very fun to come in every day, to interact with our guys.
Robert Hassell III is over his wrist injury, in more ways than one
Rick Maese    I’m coming in this year and I’m able to go the whole day and take swings without having to think about anything physical, injury, none of that, Hassell said. It makes it a lot better.
Sticks and chains, time for a change? NFL mulls tech for first downs.
Matt Bonesteel and Bailey Johnson    Read more
The NFLPA graded team working conditions. The Commanders? Last, again.
   The players union released its annual team report cards Wednesday after canvassing, players across the NFL.
NFL teams are flush with salary cap space ahead of free agency
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For the Bears, a tricky question looms: Caleb Williams or Justin Fields?
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FedEx ends naming-rights deal for Commanders’ stadium two years early
   The year, million deal was supposed to run through the season. But FedEx exercised an opt out provision stemming from last year’s sale of the team.
As Bears decide fate of No. 1 pick, Commanders scout the top QBs
   Chicago’s decision is important for Washington; the Commanders could move up for Caleb Williams or stay put and decide between Jayden Daniels and Drake Maye.
NBA admits refs blew what coach says was worst call of the season’
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Jordan Poole, five games into a new role, is starting to get comfortable
   Jordan Poole scored a season high points Thursday night as the Wizards lost to the Lakers in overtime.
As the Wizards evaluate their roster, depth pieces embrace the opportunity
   Depth pieces such as Eugene Omoruyi are getting an opportunity for increased minutes as the Wizards evaluate their entire roster.
The Wizards have done lots of losing, but never quite like this
   Losers of straight, rebuilding Washington is tied with the Detroit Pistons for the worst record in the NBA.
After 1,400 games and counting, Alex Ovechkin still doesn’t break
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Rangers’ wild Stadium Series win brings the chaos from start to finish
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Abe Pollin’s son to Ted Leonsis: I really hope you will change your mind’
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Canadian police discuss 2018 sexual assault case involving NHL players
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Capitals launch a furious rally, thump Flyers to boost playoff hopes
   The Capitals played a lifeless first period, digging themselves a two goal deficit. They came out with a fury over the final two periods to earn a pivotal win.
Will the Caps be sellers at the trade deadline? Uh, check back tomorrow?
   The Capitals host the Flyers on Friday in a game that could determine which way the trade winds blow next week.