Injuries to John Wall, Kevin Love and DeMarcus Cousins are affecting the NBA playoff races. And theinjury to Kawhi Leonard might have an impact on the NBA beyond this season. San Antonio has managed to stay in third place in the Western Conference despite having Leonard for only nine games, missing...
John Wall, the former Kentucky star that helped launch Coach Cal’s one-and-done movement in Lexington, is planning on using a piece of that $207 million contract extension that he signed last July for summer school. “I’m going back to school this summer to get my business degree,” Wall told the Washington Post this week. “That’s
Wizards point guard John Wall wants to fulfill a promise he made to his father.
Wizards All-Star John Wall plans to go back to school this summer and pursue his bachelor’s degree at the University of Kentucky.
Klay Thompson makes sure he stands out during All-Star Weekend
John Wall's not mincing words about his relationship with his Wizards teammate, Marcin Gortat... he straight up tells us everything's cool! We got the injured NBA star leaving Mastro's in Bev Hills Friday night -- he's in town for All-Star Weekend…
Beal still scores a ton but he also is running Washington's offense with Wall out
Authored by John Coumarianous via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Frustration with a decade of low bond yields can cause investors to sabotage their portfolios. The Wall Street Journal reported today that low bond yields has pushed institutional...Show More Summary
The two Washington teammates aired their grievances as they work to mend their rocky relationship
The Wizards’ point guard met with his center to try and settle things down between the two. There’s drama outside of the White House in D.C., too. John Wall is out until, at least, mid-March after going through a midseason knee surgery...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — In a Republican presidential debate in the fall of 2015, moderator John Harwood of CNBC asked Donald Trump about some of his more outlandish claims, such as making another country pay for a border wall and enacting huge tax cuts that wouldn’t increase the deficit. “Let’s be honest,” Harwood memorably said. “Is this [...]Show More Summary
The Washington Wizards are in the thick of the fight for a playoff seed as the season heads to the All-Star break. Right now, they are fourth in the East, one-and-a-half games behind the third-seeded Cleveland Cavaliers and only a half-game...Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) Special prosecutor counsel Bob Mueller has one significant scalp on the wall: that of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, who pled guilty to one count of lying to the FBI and has yet to be sentenced. But, in a brilliant column, Byron York reviews the sequence of events as we have tortuously come to know them. Show More Summary
New York’s Jon Buscemi discusses growing up in growing up in Long Island, getting his first board at a bike shop, coming out to California with Gino Iannucci, John Lucero picking him up at the airport, getting a job on Wall Street, becoming a road sales rep for Fourstar & Clae Footwear, moving in with […]
Border walls as art and Hamlet with dogs. Southern California can never be accused of being boring. I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer at the Los Angeles Times, with your weekly dose all things blazing in the world of culture. BORDER PROTOTYPES AS ART? Swiss-born artist Christoph Büchel ignited...
AACC is pleased to announce that Wall Street Journal investigative reporter John Carreyrou will speak about his investigations into the laboratory medicine industry at the 70th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo.
Stephen Oh has his finger on the pulse of John Wall and the Wizards and locked in a play for Thursday
The Washington Wizards will try to pick up a win over the conference-leading Boston Celtics Thursday night as small chalk at the sportsbooks. The Washington Wizards are 5-1 straight up and against the spread since losing John Wall to a knee injury last month. Show More Summary
Wall was commenting on Gortat's recent controversial tweet
WASHINGTON ? White House chief of staff John Kelly said Tuesday that President Donald Trump’s offer to save undocumented young people ? though only if he can build a border wall and slash legal immigration ? is generous because it would help immigrants who may have previously been “too lazy” to seek protections.