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  • Will Mayweather Retire after Next Fight?

    After swatting away Manny Pacquiao in a much-heralded bout, Floyd Mayweather improved his record to 48-0, and has hinted that he may fight again in September. His contract with Showtime expires after his next fight, and Mayweather has consistently hinted that he will hang up his gloves once his ...

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  • Wizards Sweep Raptors in First Round, Face Hawks Next

    The Washington Wizards received quite the consolation prize after sweeping the Toronto Raptors in the first round: a series date with the Eastern Conference’s top-ranked team, the Atlanta Hawks. Washington dusted off the Raptors on April 26 in a 125-94 rout in front of a raucous Verizon Center. ...

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  • Ravens Go with Offense in 2015 NFL Draft

    In what turned out to be the most offensive-minded draft in recent years for the Baltimore Ravens, general manager Ozzie Newsome and the team’s brass went in a new direction for the first time in several years. For the first time since head coach John Harbaugh took over the team in 2008, the ...

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  • Nats Snap Losing Trend, Win Series over Braves, Mets

    Before the season, the thought of winning four out of seven games in a week may not have seemed like cause for much celebration for the Washington Nationals. But as awful as the first three weeks have been for this Nationals team, success in two series against divisional opponents may have been ...

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  • Richest Fight Ever Is Also a Gold Mine for Vegas Bookies

    LAS VEGAS (AP) Days before the fight, one Manny Pacquiao believer had already put $500,000 on his man in the MGM Grand sports book. Now, book operator Jay Rood is working hard to balance the action. Hopefully by this evening we’ll have taken a million-dollar bet on[Floyd] Mayweather, Rood ...

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  • Wizards Sweep Raptors in First Round, 4-0

    Seven Washington players scored double digits—including Brad Beal with a game-high 23 points—as the Wizards made history with a 125-94 blowout victory over the Toronto Raptors in Game Four of the Eastern Conference first round series on April 26 in D.C. The win gives Washington a 4-0 sweep over ...

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