Monthly Archives: January 2011

Durant’s 40 Leads Thunder Over Wizards

Local boy Kevin Durant kept the Washington Wizards’ road losing streak alive, by dropping 40 points on them in a124-117 double-overtime victory:,0,4543420.story


DC Basketball Blogs on Maryland at Raycom ACC Sports

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Georgetown’s Austin Freeman Named Big East Player of the Week

Hoya Austin Freeman, a DeMatha product, was named Big East Player of the Week:



Kevin Durant Posts Career Highs in Points, Rebounds

Kevin Durant had career bests of 47 points and 18 boards, as the Oklahoma City Thunder stopped the Minnesota Timberwolves 118-117 in OT:,0,4412346.story

It was the same day Durant tweeted that BYU’s Jimmer Fredette is the best scorer in the world. Northwestern High grad Jeff Green tossed in 19, with eight rebounds for OKC. For the losers, Oxon Hill’s Michael Beasley scored 30, and collared nine rebounds.


Pete DeHaven of Edison High

Nice article on 1970 Edison High All-Met Pete DeHaven:


Yorktown’s Mikayla Venson Has All-Met Pedigree

Dig the workout:

Mikayla’s father is former Oxon Hill star Michael Tate. She may be the most heavily recruited freshman in America. Real Basketball Report rates her the frosh of the year in the D.C. region:


Maryland-Va. Tech Tickets

Anyone interested in a pair of tickets to tomorrow’s Maryland-Virginia Tech game should either e-mail, or call 240-687-5656.


Bob Whitmore Got The Ball Rolling

DeMatha star and Edwin “Monk” Malloy led parade of D.C. Catholic players to South Bend:


Michael Sweetney Debuts in Uruguay

Former Largo High School star is playing in South America:


Nolan Smith’s 33 Lead Duke

Local product leads Blue Devil scorers as winning streak extends: